Changes in tastes and diets are boon for wheat exporters such as Australia and the United States.
Legal experts warn martial law is being replaced with a section of a provisional charter that will give the leader of the kingdom's junta even more power.
Cambodian political officials should begin thinking about the legacy they are leaving future generations, with a new political environment following gains by the opposition in 2013, an analyst says.
Asean integration at the end of 2015 will gibe Cambodia opportunities, but it will also mean economic competition that the country must be ready for, an analyst says.
Travel industry officials in Thailand worry the perception that the country's airlines are now unsafe could further hurt tourism.
Negative review of Thai airlines led Japan, South Korea to block charter and new flights from Thailand, with concerns other countries, including US, will take similar action.
Country under intense international pressure, especially from US, to curb human trafficking and abusive labor practices for migrant workers.
Country's 'founding father' was greatly admired in region where other leaders sought to emulate him, replicate his success.
The family's lawyer said they have all obtained passports from Turkey's Interior Ministry that make them 'officially Turkish citizens'.
PM Prayuth warned journalists to refrain from reporting anything that could cause 'conflicts' or they could face 'execution'.
Prime Minister Hun Sen says issue should be solved only by nations directly affected by the disputes - as Philippines, Vietnam seek multi-lateral approach.