Romina De Jong says Cambodian business leaders rarely see the potential benefits and importance of incorporating CSR practices into company policy.
Many companies aim for "Best in Class" status, but some are seeking out another "B": B Corporation certification. VOA Khmer's Chhim Sumedh narrates.
Despite rapid economic growth, wages remain weak, with Cambodian construction workers earning as little as $2.50 a day.
An $8 million fund to support business development in Cambodia would also be dissolved under the plans.
Wages on Cambodian construction sites remain stubbornly low.
Cambodia needs about a million tons of vegetables annually, whereas local supply only makes up about 44 percent of the demand.
Even as Cambodian users adapt quickly to new technology, many of the country's small and medium-size businesses have yet to learn to integrate technology into their daily operations.
Tourists urged to stop giving money to child beggars.
Beijing's reported economic retaliation against South Korea for deploying the U.S. Terminal High Altitude Area Defense missile system continues to target certain sectors. VOA Khmer's Phy Sopheada narrates.
Just months ahead of local elections, the Cambodian government has ordered the microfinance industry to cap the interest rate on new loans at 18 percent a year.
Report commissioned by INTA, International Chamber of Commerce, says global economic value of counterfeiting and piracy could reach $2.3 trillion by 2022.