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      Cambodia opposition appeals to king as tensions rise

      Cambodia’s embattled opposition has appealed to the country’s king to stop a wave of official intimidation ahead of...

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      May 16, 2016

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      A fisherman smokes on his boat at a dried up pond at the drought-hit Kandal province in Cambodia ...

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    1. May 13, 2016

      Cambodia’s lordly and supreme PM Hun Sen decrees a lot is in a name

      After 31 years of being plain prime minister, Hun Sen of Cambodia is demanding title inflation. Mr Hun Sen, who has...

    2. May 3, 2016

      Phnom Penh’s investment case loses its appeal

      The idea of Cambodia as a safe haven for investors may sound odd. But in recent years, capital inflows into the...

    3. May 2, 2016

      China builds ties as well as airstrips in South China Sea

      What do the governments of Belarus, Brunei, Cambodia, Laos and Russia have in common, apart from their lack of...

    4. May 1, 2016

      Cambodia tiger plan sparks roaring match over wisdom of aid

      A plan to restore tigers to Cambodia’s dwindling forests has triggered a roar of disapproval from opponents who fear it...

    5. April 24, 2016

      Big Pharma hunts for malaria drugs to fight mosquito resistance

      China’s first Nobel Prize for physiology or medicine was 419 years in the making. Tu Youyou, an 85 year-old chemist,...

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      March 21, 2016

      Funke Kupper resigns as ASX CEO amid Tabcorp bribery probe

      Elmer Funke Kupper, chief executive of the Australian Securities Exchange, has resigned from the bourse amid...

    7. March 16, 2016

      Tabcorp’s Cambodia ambitions draw police probe

      Australian police are investigating a $200,000 payment allegedly made by Tabcorp, the country’s biggest bookmaker, to a...

    8. FT Photo Diary

      March 9, 2016

      Working by moonlight

      A partial solar eclipse is seen as a labourer works at a construction site in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, on Wednesday ...

    9. February 12, 2016

      US to corral Asean support in South China Sea spat

      Later this year an obscure international tribunal in The Hague will issue a decision about contested islands in the...

    10. January 18, 2016

      FT Asia-Pacific Innovative Lawyers 2016 open for submissions

      The Financial Times is pleased to announce the launch of the submission process for the third Innovative Lawyers report...

    11. December 16, 2015

      FT Seasonal Appeal: Thailand’s slave ships on the retreat

      Two big food companies have made extraordinary admissions about forced labour and a former top anti-trafficking...

    12. December 10, 2015

      Creation of economic community forges new Asean era

      If there was an award for the most polite regional grouping in the world, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations...

    13. December 9, 2015

      The fiction of a unified, harmonised Asean

      If you think European nations are having a hard time holding it together — strained by disputes over immigration,...

    14. December 3, 2015

      Travel discoveries and disappointments of 2015

      Martin Fletcher Discovery: A wild retreat, Scotland Call me a Puritan, but I hate spending money on excessive luxury,...

    15. November 29, 2015

      Asean would be wise to beef up its powers

      The Association of Southeast Asian Nations should be an economic powerhouse. Asean’s population of 625m is set to grow...

    16. November 27, 2015

      Art world ‘trying to hijack’ photography, says Don McCullin

      Don McCullin, the celebrated British war photographer, said the art world was “trying to hijack” photography from its...

    17. FT Alphaville

      November 20, 2015

      JCap on Wirecard: a search for the Asian business

      Wirecard is the German-listed payment processor valued by the market at almost €6bn. It’s a market darling, a fast...

    18. November 17, 2015

      Aung San Suu Kyi’s victory sets democracy example to neighbours

      The landslide win by Aung San Suu Kyi’s party in Myanmar’s election caps a striking role reversal that has seen the...

    19. September 7, 2015

      Australia’s flagship refugee resettlement policy adrift

      Australia’s policy of resettling refugees in Cambodia appears to be in danger of unravelling in what would be a blow to...

    20. August 28, 2015

      Cambodian banks: still powering ahead

      Cambodian banks have been soaring for a decade, with average annual growth in deposits of 29 per cent and in loans of...

    21. August 10, 2015

      Malaria vaccines and changing advice for business travellers

      When the European Medicines Agency last month issued what it called a positive scientific opinion for a vaccine for...

    22. August 3, 2015

      Heineken: export strength lager

      Carlsberg may have Elephant and Lion. There are African sorghums named Zebra and Leopard. But Heineken has Tiger, which...

    23. July 10, 2015

      India and Pakistan join Shanghai Co-operation Organisation

      The Shanghai Co-operation Organisation has embarked on a big enlargement process that could transform the club that...

    24. July 5, 2015

      Japan boosts aid to ‘Mekong five’ nations

      Japan has pledged Y750bn ($6.1bn) in aid to the “Mekong five” nations over the next three years as Tokyo seeks fresh...

    25. FT Photo Diary

      July 2, 2015

      Training rats to find land mines

      A rat searches for land mines and unexploded ordnance during a training session in Siem Reap, Cambodia. The Cambodian...

    26. July 2, 2015

      Japan launches fresh cash and diplomacy push to woo Mekong states

      Japan is poised to launch a fresh push to bond tighter with a quintet of southeast Asian countries it sees as crucial...

    27. June 22, 2015

      Human rights group hits out at World Bank

      The World Bank does too little to protect local opponents of its projects from political and physical retribution by...

    28. May 15, 2015

      Return to the killing fields

      The skulls are piled neatly behind glass now, targeted by cameras rather than guns or clubs. Candles burn on the steps...

    29. May 5, 2015

      Cambodia PM goes for mouth over money after Pacquiao loss

      Manny Pacquiao’s defeat by Floyd Mayweather in boxing's “fight of the century” left a lot of sore losers — but few as...

    30. April 30, 2015

      Short films signal Cambodia’s cultural revival

      In 2009, French-Khmer film-maker Davy Chou came to Cambodia to shoot Golden Slumbers (Le Sommeil d’Or). The...

    31. April 28, 2015

      Profile: Polen Ly — Cambodian short-film maker

      Polen Ly was five years into a medical degree when, in 2012, he saw his first art house film. “It shocked me,” he says...

    32. April 23, 2015

      Australia’s policy of sending refugees to Cambodia draws ridicule

      Australia’s policy of sending refugees to Cambodia lurched towards farce on Thursday when its rosy portrayal of the...

    33. April 17, 2015

      Cambodia commemorates 40 years since rise of Khmer Rouge

      Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge Cambodians gathered at a notorious “killing field” on Friday to mourn victims of the mass...

    34. March 25, 2015

      Mekong authoritarianism a growing test for western partners

      States in Southeast Asia’s Mekong region seem to have learnt at least one lesson from the late Lee Kuan Yew: how to...

    35. March 18, 2015

      FDI flows to SE Asia are not at China’s expense

      China has lagged behind Southeast Asia’s leading economies in attracting foreign direct investment for the second year...

    36. March 12, 2015

      Cambodia under fire over worker rights

      Multinational clothes companies face fresh pressure in their search for low-wage Asian manufacturing after a new report...

    37. March 10, 2015

      The cappuccino kings changing the way Cambodians drink coffee

      Starbucks has not launched in Cambodia yet. But Chang Bunleang, co-founder of Phnom Penh-based Brown Coffee, is ready...

    38. March 4, 2015

      Cambodian casinos look to win from China anti-graft crackdown

      Cambodia has long drawn tourists to sights ranging from the Khmer Rouge killing fields to the magnificent temples of...

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