Malaysian police liaise with Preah Sihanouk police over trafficking cases

Malaysian police are seeking cooperation from the Preah Sihanouk Provincial Administration to prevent human trafficking involving their countrymen in the coastal province.

PM touts religious freedom, praises Christian contributions to Cambodia

Prime Minister Hun Sen said Cambodia has always provided religious freedoms for the general population on the basis of strengthening harmony between all people. The government seeks to combat all forms of discrimination among people of different religious beliefs to prevent any exploitation that could trigger a crisis.

34% debt-to-GDP ratio a sign of effective fund use: analysts

Cambodia's 34-per-cent public debt-to-GDP (gross domestic product) ratio at end-2022 remains relatively low, which analysts say suggests that the underlying funds have been used effectively for decades to develop the country and bolster rapid economic growth.

Monument to Cambodia’s 184 WWI fallen to rise from ruins

Cambodia and France have announced the joint construction of a “Monuments aux Morts”, or memorial for the dead, which will be dedicated to the 184 Cambodian and French nationals who died in the service of France during World War I.

UK trade grows by 24% to $977M in 2022

The bilateral merchandise trade between Cambodia and the UK reached $977.439 million in 2022, up by 23.9 per cent over a year earlier, as shown by Customs data, which has been chalked up to rising post-Covid-19 demand.

Pupil picks college over arranged marriage

At the age of 14 and with no more than a sixth grade education, Lek Karry’s parents arranged for her to marry a 15-year-old boy from her village whose parents came up with the match.