Lao morning news for February 17

Lao morning news for February 17

Pork Prices Rising in Laos Due to 2019 African Swine Fever Epidemic and Natural Disasters Pork prices in Laos are rising sharply after the country was not spared in a regional African Swine Fever (ASF) outbreak originating in China last year. — RFA Thai Citizens’ Group Submits Evidence of Impact of Laos’ Xayaburi Dam to […]

Cambodia morning news for February 17

Cambodia morning news for February 17

Westerdam passenger from Cambodia confirmed as Malaysia’s 22nd COVID-19 case (video) *updated An 83-year-old American woman who was among 145 people to disembark the cruise ship MS Westerdam at Cambodia’s Sihanoukville port on Friday was today (Feb 15) confirmed as Malaysia’s 22nd COVID-19 case. — AEC News Today Cambodia’s Ministry of Health Requests Malaysia to […]

Lao morning news for February 14

Lao morning news for February 14

Laos to Introduce New Income Tax Rates for Businesses and Employees Laos will implement new income tax rates for businesses and employees on February 17, in a move to improve tax compliance as well as boost productivity. — The Laotian Times Govt drafts next five-year socio-economic development plan Members of the government’s steering committee in […]

Cambodia morning news for February 14

Cambodia morning news for February 14

PM Hun Sen to Visit Sihanoukville to Welcome Passengers of Westerdam Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen will travel to Sihanoukville port tomorrow, 14 February 2020, to welcome passengers of Westerdam cruise, according to his Facebook post on Thursday. — Fresh News No passengers of Westerdam allowed to leave the ship until test of specimens is […]

Lao morning news for February 13

Lao morning news for February 13

Pork vendors flout price ceiling to bring home the bacon The department announced on January 30 that Grade A pork in markets should be retailed at 40,000 kip per kg and 38,000 kip per kg for Grade B. — ANN/Vientiane Times Nation to face drought conditions in next two months, weathermen warn Laos is likely […]

Cambodia morning news for February 13

Cambodia morning news for February 13

EU Partially Suspends Trade Privileges, Selected Garments And Footwear To Be Tariffed The European Union Commission announced on Wednesday that it will suspend trade privileges on certain products exported from Cambodia to the economic bloc, affecting more than $1 billion in exports and partially imposing tariffs on selected garment and footwear exports. — VOA Khmer […]

Lao morning news for February 12

Lao morning news for February 12

Laos to Implement New Income Tax Rates On February 17, 2020, Laos’ new Income TaxLaw (Tax Law No. 67/NA) will come into effect. The law replaces Tax Law No. 70/NA, which was issued in 2015 and sets out the latest tax rates for businesses and employees. — ASEAN Briefing Medics monitor for presence of coronavirus, […]

Cambodia morning news for February 12

Cambodia morning news for February 12

EU to pull Cambodia trade privileges over human rights concerns Cambodia is bracing for the European Union to take away trade privileges on Wednesday over human rights concerns about how its government handled a political crackdown two years ago. — UPI PM: EBA Withdrawal Not a Problem for Cambodia Prime Minister Samdech Akka Moha Sena […]

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