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Cambodia: Ministries team up to boost silk industry

Two government agencies got together to sign an agreement to boost and develop the silk sector in Cambodia. A memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed this month by the Ministry of Commerce and the Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training (MLVT) seeks to boost local raw silk. This would be done by growing mulberry trees, raising […]

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Cambodian labor force now returning to Thailand

BANGKOK, 18th April 2018 (NNT) – Cambodian laborers have started making their way back to Thailand after the Songkran holiday came to an end.  Immigration officials in Sa Kaeo Province have been busy working on the return of Cambodian personnel, who were held over in a waiting area until an inspection of their travel documents […]

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Cambodia: Draft minimum wage law talks finished

Following a request by a senior officer of the US State Department to hold another discussion on the draft minimum wage law, a tripartite group consisting of employers, unions and the government met again yesterday to check the law before sending it to relevant ministries. Last month, Sarah Morgan, an official with the US Office […]

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Cambodia: Officials praise ride app merger despite anti-competition fears

In the days following the announcement that ride-hailing giant Uber was selling its Southeast Asia assets to regional competitor Grab, regulators and government officials across the region took action to ensure the move wouldn’t hurt competition in the sector. Regulators in the Philippines and Singapore, where Grab is based, launched anti-trust investigations, while Malaysian officials […]

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