VOA Khmer recently spoke with Asean Secretary-General Le Luong Minh about Asean’s commitment to global trade, and the progress and pitfalls of integration.
A manufacturing company says the skills and technology it developed making lobster traps could help save money on President Donald Trump's controversial plan to build wall along the U.S.-Mexican border. VOA Khmer's Phy Sopheada narrates.
Seng Reasey, a rights worker at local NGO Silaka, said some women have to choose between having a career and having a family.
The country’s prime minister hopes a visit to the United States can start the process toward a trade agreement with its chief export market.
The U.S. economy added more than 10 million jobs during former President Barack Obama's administration, but the poverty rate also slightly rose. VOA Khmer's Chhim Sumedh narrates.
February was Black History Month in the United States. The annual, month-long national observance pays tribute to important people and events that shaped the history of African Americans. VOA Khmer's Cheoung Pochin narrates.
Some 200 disabled street musicians and singers agreed to stop performing on public roads in the capital following a meeting with City Hall in January.
Union leaders say the fall is due to legal roadblocks to workers registering complaints with the country’s arbitration body.
Stock prices have climbed to new highs. Consumer confidence has been rising. And new jobs have increased for 76 consecutive months. VOA Khmer's Phy Sopheada narrates.
Acleda Bank this week changed its logo in a nationwide operation that cost the bank more than $3 million.
WECREATE aims to break down social barriers that women face through entrepreneurship.
The book further discusses sex work and the trafficking of women, as well as the work of anti-trafficking organizations in Cambodia.