As trade war goes on, China joins WTO talks on e-commerce but conflicts expected
Some employers are warning of 'tough times' and talking about 'surviving' as economic growth slows and US-China trade war looms
While the capital of Phnom Penh undergoes a building boom and makeover, its poor cram onto scraps of land, including Smor San
Many Prek Achi Commune families have opted to send their children to South Korea, where some 54,000 Cambodians have found relatively well-paid jobs.
China's pledge followed a meeting between Prime Minister Hun Sen and Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday on the third day of the prime minister's four-day visit to Beijing.
In a post on his official Facebook page, Hun Sen said Cambodia was looking to “expand and reinforce its market besides the US”, saying trade between China and Cambodia had reached $5.6 billion.
Four decades after Vietnam defeated the Khmer Rouge regime and installed Hun Sen’s party, neighborly relations hit a snag after Vietnam unilaterally installed piles at the "delimited" maritime boundary.
Workers have reported that the factory has refused to reinstate male and senior staff members.
Hun Sen warned workers that continuing to press for the bonuses could lead to the closure of two-thirds of garment factories in the country.
If the 10 million mark is reached, it will mark an increase of 13 percent on 2017.
As more of the rural poor seeking work move to cities, they leave their children at home where they are vulnerable to physical, sexual abuse.