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Electronics sector pioneer Minebea sees rapid growth for Kingdom ops

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After more than three years of operating in Cambodia, Minebea, one of the largest Japanese electronics makers, has become very successful. Yasuyuki Inoue, vice president of Minibea Cambodia, sat down to talk to the Post’s business editor, May Kunmakara, about the factory.

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For young Japanese entrepreneurs, the Kingdom is a place where dreams can become a reality

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Japanese business investors have increasingly turned to Cambodia in the past few years, but the influx has been particularly noticeable in 2014, with firms popping up all over Phnom Penh. One of the companies that has been established by young Japanese entrepreneurs, Tri Asia Group, a capital business venture, aims to be one of the more powerful in the pack.

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Japanese Ambassador to Cambodia

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Cambodia and Japan share a long history, with diplomatic and economic ties dating back 60 years. In December, the countries’ respective prime ministers signed an agreement that upgraded the bilateral relationship to a “strategic partnership”.

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Cambodia third in global index of vulnerability to financial crime

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Corruption, a weak judiciary and lack of transparency across the finance sector has led to Cambodia retaining a third-place ranking in a global index that measures susceptibility to money laundering and terrorist funding.

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Cambodia loans rare Khmer sculptures to National Gallery of Australia

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Three rare Khmer sculptures have gone on display in Canberra as part of a cultural exchange between the National Museum of Cambodia and National Gallery of Australia.

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Kicking corruption in Cambodia

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Denmark has a reputation as one of the least-corrupt countries in the world. There are few Danish companies operating in Cambodia, but for those that do, they are required by Danish law to abide to high standards of non-corrupt practices when operating abroad.

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US Seeking Stronger Ties With Cambodia

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A senior U.S. diplomat says the country is looking to strengthen ties with Cambodia following an end to the nation's yearlong political stalemate. Scot Marciel, the State Department’s leading diplomat for Southeast Asia, told VOA Khmer in an interview Wednesday that Washington wants to have a good relationship with the people of Cambodia. “We have an interest in a Cambodia that is successful ...

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Cambodia's Garment Sector Is Getting Torn Between Poor Labor And Unyielding Foreign Owners

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Cambodia got in early as an exporter of garments. But the mostly foreign-owned producers have pushed labor to its limits.

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Cambodia to host rice event

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After winning the World’s Best Rice Award for two years running at the World Rice Conference, Cambodia has been selected to host this year’s annual event.

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Vietnam exports fall as Thai trust rises

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Bilateral trade between Cambodia and Vietnam fell marginally by 6 per cent in the first half of this year largely due to a slump in Vietnamese exports, according to data from the Vietnamese Embassy in Cambodia.

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