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National News

CAMBODIAN, JAPANESE FOREIGN MINISTERS DISCUSS BILATERAL TIES, REGIONAL ISSUES

30 June 2014 - Issue:8

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Hor Namhong met with his visiting Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida on 30 June 2014, discussing ways to deepen bilateral ties and exchanging views on regional issues.

"We agreed on many issues to further enhance bilateral ties and cooperation," DPM Hor Namhong said at a joint press conference after the...

 
Economy & Business

AEON MALL OPENS IN CAMBODIA

30 June 2014 - Issue:11

Officially and jointly inaugurated by Prime Minister Hun Sen and Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs Fumio Kishida on 30 June 2014, Aeon Mall opens its four-story shopping center, at a total cost of 250 million U.S. dollars, in Phnom Penh after an 18-month construction.

The Japanese-invested shopping mall is currently Cambodia's largest modern mall, generating around 2,000 to 3,000 jobs...

 
Culture & Tourism

CAMBODIA ATTRACTS NEARLY 2 MILLION FOREIGN TOURISTS IN 5 MONTHS

30 June 2014 - Issue:3

Cambodia has received some 1.9 million foreign visitors in the first five months of 2014, a 6 percent rise compared to the same period last year, according to Tourism Ministry's Statistics and Planning Department.

"Vietnam, China and South Korea are the largest sources of tourists to Cambodia."

During the January-May period this year, Cambodia drew some 340,000 Vietnamese tourists, up 1 percent compared to the same period last year, around 240,000 Chinese, up 19 percent, and roughly 220,000 South Koreans, up 3 percent...



Cambodia looks to diversification in tourism

14 June 2014 - Issue:2

Cambodia Ministry of Tourism hopes to encourage international tourists to visit coastal areas and ecotourism destinations to take pressure off Siem Reap.

According to the ministry’s marketing & promotion department representative, the country needs to encourage tourists to travel more to other destinations besides Angkor Wat in Siem Reap and the capital Phnom Penh...

 
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