The award-winning Khmer Rouge documentary “Enemies of the People” is expected to be shown in Cambodia in July.
Supporters say the investment agreements will increase free trade, transparency and competition and provide protections for investors.
The stupa, which includes a Buddha relic on the third tier, took three years to build with money from Cambodian across the US.
Now 66 years old, actress Dy Saveth still retains much of the charm that made her one of the greats of Cambodia’s Golden Age of cinema.
Since 2008, readership has fallen by as much as a half at some opposition-aligned papers.
Decades of war have left Cambodia with millions of landmines and unexploded ordnance that kill and injure hundreds each year.
The textile industry is Cambodia’s largest, with some 300 companies providing jobs for an estimated 300,000 workers.
The illness prevented Hun Sen from attending a number of meetings, including the 59th anniversary of the Cambodian People’s Party.
“Red Light” shows how parents sell daughters and how politicians use secret brothels to procure sex.
Cambodia’s total tax revenue for 2009 was $1 billion, a low figure compared to other countries.
In a government survey of 3,000 Cambodians, 54 percent said they knew a husband who physically abused his wife.
Prominent activists agree that the main obstacle for an effective commission will be its lack of protection mechanisms and independence.