Report commissioned by INTA, International Chamber of Commerce, says global economic value of counterfeiting and piracy could reach $2.3 trillion by 2022.
Earlier this month, the National Bank of Cambodia (NBC) announced that the interest rate on microfinance loans would be capped at 18 percent.
The government claims the slogan violates the “spirit” of the constitution and election laws.
Kem Sokha was selected by CNRP to assume the presidency following the departure of Sam Rainsy in February.
Just months ahead of local elections, the Cambodian government has ordered the microfinance industry to cap the interest rate on new loans at 18 percent a year.
VOA Khmer recently spoke with Asean Secretary-General Le Luong Minh about Asean’s commitment to global trade, and the progress and pitfalls of integration.
Oeuth Ang was arrested on July 10 shortly after he allegedly gunned down Kem Ley, a prominent government critic, at a Caltex gas station in Phnom Penh.
Following Sok An’s death, Phay Siphan was reported as telling the Cambodia Daily that all of his positions would be granted to Bin Chhin.
Khmerload's Buzzfeed-style approach of viral content and quick clicks has led to criticism.
Kim Sok left politics in 2008 to focus on social issues, working for a number of NGOs.
Asean Parliamentarians for Human Rights (APHR) published a report in which it said that court proceedings in Cambodia against some 15 MPs over the last three years had contributed to a “climate of fear”.