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Government silent on cybercrimes draft law

By Kevin Ponniah and Vong Sokheng, The Pnhom Penh Post, 10 April 2014

Government officials yesterday continued to decline to comment on a leaked draft law on cybercrime that contains provisions rights groups say are very concerning to freedom of expression online. 294 more words

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Jail time for governor if summons ignored

By Khouth Sophak Chakrya, The Pnhom PEnh Post, 10 April 2014

The governor of Ratanakkiri province’s Lumphat district will face arrest if he fails to appear for a second summons to Ratanakkiri Provincial Court to answer questions about his alleged involvement in the illegal logging of protected land around the Ou’Sinlair waterfall, the court said yesterday. 303 more words

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A logging free-for-all

By May Titthara, The Pnhom Penh Post, 10 April 2014

The scale of mass logging in once-dense woodlands in Cambodia’s north now more closely resembles the free-for-all of a gold rush than the sustainable forestry more often associated with these communities. 1,150 more words

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Phnom Penh makes top 5 of Knight Frank real estate index

By Post Staff, The Pnhom Penh Post, 10 April 2014

Phnom Penh has earned one of the top spots in a new report tracking prices of residential and commercial real estate across the region. 317 more words

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Latest property reports offer evidence of strong growth

By Post Staff, The Pnhom Penh Post, 10 April 2014

In its latest Market View report, CBRE Cambodia Research concludes that Phnom Penh has well and truly put the fallout from the Global Financial Crisis – which saw many condominium developments in the city put on hold or even fail – behind it, and the city is now responding to demand for Grade-A serviced apartments. 701 more words

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Tourism numbers give boost to Sihanoukville property prices

By Sum Manet, The Pnhom Penh Post, 10 April 2014

Property has seen a boost in Sihanoukville city in the first quarter of this year, underpinned by increased tourist numbers year-on-year. 483 more words

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Luxury resort looks for new lease of life with redesigned blueprint

By Siv Meng, The Pnhom Penh Post, 10 April 2014

A new blueprint for the long-delayed Snake Island (Koh Pos) resort development off the coast of Sihanoukville will soon be completed, and investment of up to $1 billion is hoped to kick-start the project, which has a planned completion date of 2018, according to the developer. 484 more words

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