A World Bank report on illegal logging in 2006 said annual global losses from illegal cutting were more than $10 billion.
Michael McWalter, an adviser to the National Petroleum Authority, talks to VOA Khmer about the future oil production in Cambodia.
The agreement, signed Tuesday afternoon, includes cooperation in evaluating future business opportunities.
Cambodia has sought similar deals in Middle Eastern countries like Kuwait and Qatar, where food shortages are a concern.
Some residents say they have received fair compensation for moving, while others say they don’t want to move to a relocation site.
An ordinary man Hing Chantha is facing ordinary corruption.
The recovery was driven by the country’s main economic pillars: agriculture, construction, garments and tourism.
Young people need a specific structure to ensure their increased participation in national development.
The law allows foreigners to own residential property such as apartments, so long as they are above the ground floor.
Shopkeepers say they will keep prices low through the last day of the New Year, which ends April 16.
The possibility of getting mineral resources during the next five years will depend entirely upon the market of those mineral resources.
International mining experts have called on Cambodia to join an organization to promote transparency in the extractive industries.