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Siem Reap to build more roads to promote local economy

Siem Reap to build more roads to promote local economy

Viirak Sakada​​   On June 29, 2020 - 3:09 pm​   In Cambodia Insider   0  

The Ministry of Public Works and Transport and Siem Reap provincial authorities have been studying the infrastructure development projects of 38 main roads of nearly 100 kilometers in total in Siem Reap city, to promote the economy, beauty and facilitate the travel of residents and tourists.

Wing donations help tuk-tuk drivers, tour guides

Wing donations help tuk-tuk drivers, tour guides

Viirak Sakada​​   On June 29, 2020 - 3:08 pm​   In Cambodia Insider   0  

The families of some 700 tuk-tuk drivers and tour guides have received financial relief from Wing (Cambodia) Limited Specialised Bank to help meet their daily needs as the Kingdom reels from a global economic crisis triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Japan’s NTT, NEC to form ‘5G alliance’

Japan’s NTT, NEC to form ‘5G alliance’

Viirak Sakada​​   On June 29, 2020 - 3:05 pm​   In Cambodia Insider   0  

Tokyo-based firms NTT Corp and NEC Corp on Thursday officially announced a capital and business partnership for the purpose of jointly developing fifth-generation large-capacity, ultrahigh-speed mobile communications services, or 5G.

Home preserved as museum

Home preserved as museum

Thong Sotha​​   On June 26, 2020 - 2:33 pm​   In Cambodia Insider   0  

Kratie provincial authorities have started dismantling a 200-year-old house that formerly had 100 pillars as they prepared to move the historic structure to its new location

WWF: Ban wildlife trade to avert future pandemics

WWF: Ban wildlife trade to avert future pandemics

Thong Sotha​​   On June 26, 2020 - 2:21 pm​   In Cambodia Insider   0  

World Wide Fund for Nature is calling for urgent global action to address factors which it projected would be key drivers in triggering possible zoonotic disease outbreaks in the future. The action comes amid the current COVID-19 pandemic, which has battered countries worldwide.