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We’ll always have Paris

Amid the winding-down of the Cold War in early December 1987, Prime Minister Hun Sen and Prince Norodom Sihanouk met in the quiet northern French village of Fère-en-Tardenois for their first talks on ending Cambodia’s intractable civil war. It was an overture that opened the road ...

Judges and rice: Cambodia's expanding reliance on China

Cambodia is rapidly expanding its diplomatic affair with China. Early last week it appealed to Beijing for help amid plunging rice pricesand then three days later Phnom Penh signed an MoU seeking Chinese assistance in overhauling its much maligned judiciary. The memorandum of understanding allows China ...

Thai group promises to build new SEZ

Prime Minister Hun Sen welcomed a pledge by a Thai-based industrial real estate developer on October 10 that promised to build a special economic zone in Cambodia, despite officials saying the company has yet to make any firm commitments. According to local media, the pledge was made ...

China agrees to double rice import quota: PM

China has agreed to double its rice import quota, Prime Minister Hun Sen announced at the opening of the first Chinese-Cambodia investment forum in Nanning, China on September 12, offering a much-needed boost to Cambodia’s beleaguered rice sector. The prime minister said China’s government had officially ...

Cambodian PM's trip to ASEAN-China Expo brings fruitful outcome for bilateral ties: official

Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen’s visit to Nanning in southwestern China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region has brought closer relations between the two countries, a Cambodian senior official said on September 12. “The prime minister’s visit to Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in China ended ...

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