The WHO has adopted a policy to eliminate malaria entirely from the countries in the Greater Mekong sub-region by 2030 and has pledged $3 billion for Cambodia, Thailand and Laos to that end.
China also aims to boost the livelihood of Cambodians living in remote areas and provide scholarships for Cambodian university students.
Cambodian Foreign Minister Hor Namhong is in China this week for official talks aimed at strengthening trade and security ties.
The International Trade Union Confederation said that 166 million workers make up a “hidden workforce” earning trillions of dollars for big companies.
It is unclear exactly how Cambodia would benefit from the trade deal, which lowers tariffs on agricultural and industrial goods between its adherents.
Kem Sokha seeks to curb the rhetorical attacks by members of his party on the ruling Cambodian People’s Party, since such attacks are often met with political retribution.
About 70 percent of those fines have come from traffic checkpoints, according to the ministries of Interior and Finance.
The voter registration has been a major subject of criticism in the past, with the opposition claiming many of its supporters are unable to vote.
Vann Sophea, who makes a living collecting scrap metal on the city’s streets, was shot in the back on the night of Dec. 15, 2015, close to the sewage canal in Boeung Trabek district. VOA Khmer's Pin Sisovann reports.
A recent report from the International Trade Union Confederation reveals that 50 of the world’s largest companies depend on a “hidden workforce” to provide 94 percent of the labor from which they profit.
Hor Namhong will meet with senior Chinese officials to discuss a broad strategic partnership in official talks from Feb. 3 through Feb. 5.
Many of Cambodia’s antiquities are scattered abroad, stolen and sold by looters during decades of conflict.