Oil and gold: two key commodities whose up-and-down prices mirror the unsettled world situation. VOA Khmer's Chhim Sumedh narrates.
Labor leaders fear the draft law will make it harder for workers to unionize and demonstrate.
Some 75 percent of Cambodia’s women are employed in agriculture, according to the World Bank.
Forced labor generates about $150 billion a year, according to an estimate by the International Labor Organization.
The peppercorns, which come in white, red and black, are described by gourmet chefs as having a complex flavor with floral overtones.
Hoefinger travelled to Cambodia as a backpacker in 2003, fell in love with the country and befriended many Cambodian women who worked in Phnom Penh’s bars.
Sun Chanthol’s comments mark the second time Cambodian trade officials have shown support for the TPP.
Several low-income settlements outside Nairobi are using a new community-based currency. VOA Khmer's Cheoung Pochin narrates.
Ok Serei Sopheak told “Hello VOA” this week that the meeting, at Sunnylands Estate, in Rancho Mirage, produced a joint declaration that will become a “legacy of US policy.”
The study of the TPP comes following talks between ASEAN leaders, including Prime Minister Hun Sen, and US President Barack Obama, in California last week.
In places like New York, Miami and London, Chinese investors are dominating the market for land and buildings, especially in the luxury sector.
Iran is open for business. That's the message from President Hassan Rouhani during his milestone visit to Europe. VOA Khmer's Chhim Sumedh narrates.