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.
Every year, travelers and farmers gather at the riverbanks some eight kilometers from Phnom Penh to buy and sell the fish. This year’s prahok fish sold at unusually high prices.
The income from the tickets is expected to reach $100 million with the new price structure.
There are more than one million Cambodian migrant laborers working legally and illegally in Thailand, Malaysia, South Korea, Japan and China
Preap Kol, executive director of Transparency International Cambodia, said the move could help ensure less money was wasted from the budget this year.
Oil prices are in decline again after a recent rise when they reached about $56 a barrel, the highest in 18 months. VOA Khmer's Cheoung Pochin narrates.