Mondulkiri helps repatriate remains of 697 Vietnamese

Acting Mondulkiri provincial governor Nuon Saran said the specialist commissions of the province and Vietnam's Dak Lak had found the remains of 697 Vietnamese volunteer soldiers and returned them to their home country.

Faith-based anti-trafficking day set

Cambodia has established August 20 as National Inter-Faith Day Against Human Trafficking, to be observed from 2023 onwards.

Kingdom set for multi-million dollar oil payday in Oct

Cambodia expects to receive millions of dollars next month in proceeds from the sale of nearly 300,000 barrels of crude oil stolen by the Bahamas-flagged tanker MT Strovolos last year following a payment dispute with the Apsara oil field’s Singaporean developer, KrisEnergy, according to a senior energy official.

Online child abuse must be tackled as global issue: CNCC

Online sexual exploitation of children is a serious new concern and one that requires stakeholders to work together to prevent them and protect children, said a senior official of the Cambodian National Council for Children (CNCC).

Mushrooming borey projects and home financing – a cause for concern?

A spurt in housing developments is typically a sign of a growing economy but underneath all that might lay some anxiety of credit growth as developers offer financing to buyers at higher rates, an activity the central bank identifies as ‘shadow banking’