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The new airport in Cambodia’s capital should be completed by 2024.

The new Phnom Penh international airport, known as the Techo International Airport, is expected to open in 2024. The $1.5 billion project, funded by the Cambodia Airport Investment Co., Ltd (CAIC), is being built on 2,600 hectares in southern Kandal and Takeo provinces by the China Construction Third Engineering Bureau Group Co., Ltd. The construction …

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Cambodia’s 2023 growth outlook is broadly favorable: IMF

“Industry, services, and agriculture will be the three primary economic sectors driving Cambodia’s economic growth in 2023.” In the second half of 2021, exports of goods helped Cambodia’s GDP growth get back on track. But in 2022, the economy was impacted by changes in China, a slowdown in consumer demand in developed countries (the US …

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Legends never go away. They will light up the world’s dark alleys for centuries.

“In some countries they wanted to touch him, in some they wanted to kiss him. In others they even kissed the ground he walked on. I thought it was beautiful, just beautiful.”- Clodoaldo Edson Arantes do Nascimento, also known as Pele, died on December 29 at the age of 82 in Sao Paulo after a lengthy …

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Launch of #TalkWithBoros Podcast Season 1

Launch of #TalkWithBoros Podcast Season 1 and YouTube Premiere of the first episode https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1A-TvlLszAQ This YouTube Premiere will play the first episode in the season 1 of #TalkWithBoros, 33 minutes, featuring Sam Rocker  https://web.facebook.com/samrockercambodia , Cambodian singer & songwriter since 2012 entitled “Journey to Find Oneself”. Join the party online with friends and family on …

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Kun Lbokator, Cambodia’s traditional martial arts, is listed as Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO.

The traditional martial art of Cambodia, Kun Lbokator also known as Bokator, is recognized by UNESCO as an Intangible Cultural Heritage. This was announced by UNESCO and Samdech Hun Sen, Cambodia’s Prime Minister, on their official social media pages. Bokator, also known as lobokkatao, is a traditional Cambodian martial art that was developed by Angkor …

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