A number of rights organizations condemned the closures, but the ministry said the outlets had licenses that had lapsed by 10 years.
The US is still facing a high unemployment rate, 9.1 percent for August.
The National Elections Committee says it has registered an estimated 460,000 out of more than 470,000 expected new voters.
The court summoned him on Friday, claiming he had incited villagers to violence in a dispute.
The judges recently rejected the applications of at least three people seeking to participate as victims.
Cambodia is preparing for commune elections in 2012 and national parliamentary elections the year after.
Opposition leader Sam Rainsy recently visited New York, where he is trying to bring Prime Minsiter Hun Sen to court for atrocity crimes.
“Cambodia’s Hidden Scars” delves into the trauma caused to the Cambodian population by the Khmer Rouge, even today.
Cambodia has about five known blocs for petroleum exploration in the Gulf of Thailand, as well as potential resources in Tonle Sap.
George Boden, a campaigner for Global Witness, expresses concerns to VOA Khmer about the future petroleum production in Cambodia.
According to the Australian government, Cambodia loses between $300 million and $500 million per year in revenue lost to corruption.
ADB is supporting a $146-million project that would rehabilitate Cambodia’s railways to help connect Asean countries to Kunming, China.