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  • CP Cambodia Sponsors the 32nd SEA Games and 12th ASEAN Para Games

    CP Cambodia Co, Ltd has offered strong support and encouragement for the Kingdom’s athletes, while providing high-quality, safe food products, as a major sponsor of the 32nd SEA Games and 12th ASEAN Para Games.

  • A mine protected vehicle (MPV) is transported from the Training School for Multi-National Peacekeeping Forces in Kampong Speu province. This is one of 14 MPVs that Cambodia is shipping to Mali. NPMEC Armoured vehicles on way to Mali

    Cambodia is shipping 14 Mine Protected Vehicle (MPV) armoured vehicles to Mali to support its UN mission to the troubled African nation, with an official noting that the vehicles would mitigate the threat of improvised explosive devices (IEDs) and landmines, which were sometimes employed by rebel forces.

Kingdoms level up QR code payments

Cambodia and Thailand on June 6 formally rolled out Phase II of their transnational QR (Quick Response) code payment system. Through this initiative, the two ASEAN kingdoms seek...

ACMF introduces ASEAN SLB Standards

The ASEAN Capital Markets Forum (ACMF) – under the Chairmanship of the Securities and Exchange Regulator of Cambodia – on October 28, 2022 introduced the ASEAN Sustainability-...

PM: SEA, Para games setting stage for rise of ASEAN sports

Prime Minister Hun Sen, buoyed by the successful hosting of the 32nd ASEAN Games, has challenged all ASEAN nations to aim for the global stage by bidding to host the International...

Solar fish drying tech: success in all four seasons

All around Cambodia, a familiar scene takes place every day: families feast on fish caught in the Mekong River or other rivers and lakes. Millions of Cambodians enjoy tilapia, snapper, snakehead, carp, and catfish.

Peam Krasop Wildlife Sanctuary hoping to nurture ecotourism growth in Koh Kong

Nestled within the picturesque Peam Krasop Wildlife Sanctuary lies Boeung Kachang, a community brimming with tourism potential. Situated in Boeung Kachang village, Bak Khlang commune, Mondul Seima district, this scenic community spans 728 hectares and boasts captivating features