Speaking at the meeting with Phnom Penh cyclo drivers, the premier introduced the organization of which he is honorary president and Phnom Penh’s mayor (governor), Khoung Sreng, is president. It is estimated that the organization will need around $300,000 per year for its work. He will support it with $240,000, other donators will contribute $200,000 and the mayor will fund $10,000. To date, Mr Hun Sen has given $145,000, while $50,000 came from government members and other donators.
SMEs benefit from State’s business support policies Small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) will benefit from many support policies of the State, especially those in information support; consultation; human resources development; startup and innovation; and value chain participation. Under Decree 39/2018/ND-CP recently issued by the Government, SMEs will be free to access information in the national information portal for supporting SMEs managed by the Ministry of Planning and Investment, and other information portals managed by ministries, ministry-level agencies, municipal and provincial-level People’s Committees. To help SMEs develop their human resources, the State budget will support at least 50 percent of the…... [read more]
Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen (Photo: AFP/VNA)Hanoi(VNA) – Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen on November 22 affirmedthat the country remains stable after the dissolution of the oppositionCambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) in accordance with the Supreme Court’sorder.Speaking to workersof a garment factory in Phnom Penh capital city, the PM stressed that Cambodiais stable, with all activities taking place normally and there is no politicalcrisis. He also affirmed thatgarment and footwear exports of Cambodia will not be affected by thedissolution of the CNRP as the country has various international tradepartners.Garment andfootwear are key exports of Cambodia, creating…... [read more]
Cambodia is grateful to Vietnamese soldiers for getting rid of the Pol Pot regime, allowing the country's revival until today, Prime Minister Hun Sen told the press on January 7. Cambodia is celebrating the 33rd anniversary of the country's liberation. At the recent UN-endorsed trial of former Khmer Rouge leaders, one of them made a statement distorting history and the contribution of Vietnamese soldiers. Would you care to comment?PM Hun Sen: I heard about Noun Chea, a former Khmer Rouge leader, lying at the court. They do not admit their mistakes and turn to accuse other people, even suggesting an…... [read more]
Phnom Penh (VNA) - The Cambodian media has ran stories on Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen’s ongoing visit to Vietnam which was made at the invitation of his Vietnamese counterpart Nguyen Xuan Phuc. The Khmer-language daily Rasmei Kampuchea, which has the largest circulations in Cambodia, highlighted the significance of the visit, stating that the visit will help further boost the traditional friendship and comprehensive cooperation between Vietnam and Cambodia. The newspaper cited Cambodian King Norodom Sihamoni, affirming that Vietnamese people are trustworthy friends of the Cambodian people and that his country will continue nurturing…... [read more]
NDO – Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on June 21 welcomed his Cambodian counterpart, Hun Sen, for a revisit to Vietnam’s Binh Phuoc province, where he embarked on a journey to save his country from the Pol Pot regime 40 years ago. The visit is regarded as highly significant especially as the two countries are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations and the Vietnam-Cambodia Friendship Year. Recalling the arduous yet glorious years during their joint efforts for national liberation, PM Phuc emphasised that this is an opportunity for both countries to remember the history of Vietnam-Cambodia…... [read more]