Japanese airline asked to resume flights to Cambodia World

Japanese airline asked to resume flights to Cambodia

To encourage Japanese investors, the Cambodian Chamber of Commerce (CCC) and the Japanese Business Association of Cambodia (JBAC) are planning to request the All Nippon Airways (ANA) - Japan’s largest airline - to resume direct flights to Cambodia ahead of a scheduled September return, according to the Pnom Penh Post.
EU assists Cambodia in post-COVID-19 economic recovery World

EU assists Cambodia in post-COVID-19 economic recovery

The European Union (EU), its member states and their financial institutions and agencies are mobilising 443 million EUR (503 million USD) in grants and loans to work with Cambodia in fighting COVID-19 and mitigating its socio-economic impacts.
Cambodia plans electricity price cut to revive economy World

Cambodia plans electricity price cut to revive economy

The Cambodian government has issued a plan on reducing electricity tariffs for firms in four key sectors – manufacturing, agriculture, commercial and service – for five months to beef up the economy plagued by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Returning Cambodian migrant workers to receive gov’t aid World

Returning Cambodian migrant workers to receive gov’t aid

Cambodian Minister of Interior Sar Kheng held a meeting on April 22 to discuss the possibility of providing short-, medium- and long-term assistance for the more than 85,000 migrant workers who have returned home amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cambodian government to stock food, help farmers World

Cambodian government to stock food, help farmers

The Cambodian government will ensure food security and sustainability in the Kingdom as it tackles the spread of Covid-19, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries spokesman Srey Vuthy said on April 15.
Southeast Asia fighting COVID-19, recording more infections ASEAN

Southeast Asia fighting COVID-19, recording more infections

Lao Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith announced on April 15 that the Government has decided to extend the validity of Directive No. 06/TTg on COVID-19 prevention and control, with physical distancing measures to continue for 14 more days until May 3.
Cambodia: garment workers hit by COVID-19 World

Cambodia: garment workers hit by COVID-19

Spokesperson of the Cambodian Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training Heng Sour said over 50 factories have filed for work suspension, affecting nearly 30,000 workers, the Phnom Penh Post reported.