he EU’s withdrawal of Cambodia’s trade preferences under the Everything but Arms scheme will now force the country to rethink its industrial policy, writes Soun Nimeth.
Despite the ambitions of these grand projects, very few have produced any significant achievements.
Laos and Myanmar are following Thailand, which began the change in the 1980s. Long-term government investment in schools, hospitals and roads has weaned farmers off the crop, leading to its eradication.
Cambodia, Laos and Viet must work closer together to make the shift to using more renewable energy.
An international team of earth scientists has linked the establishment of the Mekong River to a period of major intensification of the Asian monsoon during the middle Miocene, about 17 million years ago.
The north-south high-speed railway should be seized as an opportunity for the country’s manufacturing sector and labor
An increasing number of people in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) provinces are finding themselves victims of unjust expropriation and land-grabbing, as developers hunt for sites.
Thailand’s outdated and somewhat defunct education system is holding back a new generation from becoming productive and innovative, it turned out in the new Human Capital Index issued by the World Bank and released on October 11.
The power plant, in Minbu township, Magwe Region, is expected to produce 40 megawatts initially but will produce 170MW once fully operational, according to U Maung Maung Kyaw.