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World Bank approves 90 mln USD credit to Cambodia for higher education – The Cambodia Daily

World Bank approves 90 mln USD credit to Cambodia for higher educationThe Cambodia DailyThe World Bank has approved 90 million U.S. dollars in financing to support Cambodia’s efforts in improving the quality of higher education and research in the country and broadening access to higher education for disadvantaged students, according to …

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Moody’s keeps ‘stable’ rating for Cambodia – The Cambodia Daily

The Cambodia Daily Moody’s keeps ‘stable’ rating for CambodiaThe Cambodia DailyPhnom Penh – Ratings agency Moody’s on Friday kept Cambodia’s credit rating at B2 with a stable outlook, saying its robust GDP growth prospects, macroeconomic stability and efforts to strengthen government revenue helped bolster its “continuing high …Thais sends Cambodian wanted by Phnom Penh back […]

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Documentary exposes horrific elephant torture in Cambodia – The Cambodia Daily

The Cambodia Daily Documentary exposes horrific elephant torture in CambodiaThe Cambodia DailyIt’s tough out there for Babar. In the new documentary “Love & Bananas: An Elephant Story,” out Friday, American filmmaker Ashley Bell flies to Cambodia to discover the scary plight of Asian elephants, some of the largest animals on Earth, who are …and more »

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Rights Groups Call on ASEAN Members to Halt Cambodia’s Backslide on Democracy – The Cambodia Daily

The Cambodia Daily Rights Groups Call on ASEAN Members to Halt Cambodia’s Backslide on DemocracyThe Cambodia DailyThe governments of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) must intervene to end Cambodia’s ongoing slide from a democracy into a dictatorship, several human rights organizations said, as member states kicked off the 32nd ASEAN Summit in …The […]

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Is the EU complicit in the destruction of Cambodia’s forests? – The Cambodia Daily

The Cambodia Daily Is the EU complicit in the destruction of Cambodia’s forests?The Cambodia DailySatellite imagery of Cambodia has rapidly turned from a lush green to a patchwork of muddy browns and yellows in the last 40 years. Almost all of the country’s once impressive rainforests have fallen victim to illegal logging. Read the full […]

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