Cambodia morning news for September 13

Cambodia morning news for September 13

Cambodia leader tells world to stay out of Indochina politics Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen said on Wednesday that countries outside Indochina are too critical of politics in the region and that it should be left to solve its own problems. — Reuters Tax department rakes $2 billion with reforms and audits Kong Vibol, director-general […]

Indonesia morning news for September 13

Indonesia morning news for September 13

Indonesia’s Garuda drops 2018 profit hopes, aims for losses under $100 mln The new boss of Indonesia’s Garuda has abandoned the state-owned airline’s hopes of making a profit this year, saying he aimed to keep losses to less than $100 million despite rising fuel prices and a weaker rupiah. — Reuters RI president attends World […]

British Airways data theft leaves customers fuming, out of pocket (video)

British Airways data theft leaves customers fuming, out of pocket (video)

‘Customer data theft’. That is the grim message now greeting visitors to British Airways’s UK website. ‘We are investigating the theft of customer data from our website and mobile app’, it says. ‘The website is now working normally’. The website might now be fine, but it will probably take a little longer for the rest […]

Cambodia morning news for September 12

Cambodia morning news for September 12

China donates rice to Cambodia China has pledged $1 million worth of jasmine rice to Cambodia to help aid flood victims, according to Prime Minister Hun Sen. — Khmer Times Cambodia Holds 7-Day Funeral for Dr. Beat Richner Kantha Bopha Hospital is holding one-week funeral for Dr. Beat Richner, the founder of Kantha Bopha Hospitals […]

Indonesia morning news for September 12

Indonesia morning news for September 12

Indonesia, South Korean firms agree to pursue $6.2 billion worth of deals Indonesian and South Korean companies agreed to pursue $6.2 billion worth of deals at a bilateral business forum in Seoul attended by Indonesian President Joko Widodo, authorities in Jakarta announced on Tuesday. — Reuters Indonesia braces for prolonged drought Hydro-meteorological disasters have over […]

Cambodia morning news for September 11

Cambodia morning news for September 11

MRC urged to settle dam issues Twenty civil society organisations in Cambodia have called on the Mekong River Commission to delay a regional forum to discuss the building of the Pak Lay hydropower dam in Laos. — Khmer Times Chinese tourists to Cambodia exceed 1 mln in 7 months, up 72.6 pct Almost 1.1 million […]

Indonesia morning news for September 11

Indonesia morning news for September 11

East Nusa Tenggara Governor to Stop All Mines East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) Governor, Viktor B Laiskodat said that all types of mining on the island-based province would be monitored because they could damage the surrounding environment. — Netral News Indonesia Charges Pole Suspected in Papua Arms Smuggling Plot A Pole detained in Indonesia late last […]

Cambodia morning news for September 10

Cambodia morning news for September 10

Cambodian opposition leader released but put under house arrest The leader of Cambodia’s main opposition party, Kem Sokha, was released on bail on Monday, a government spokesman said, a year after he was jailed on treason charges. — Reuters Floods to slam seven provinces The Water Resources Ministry yesterday warned that seven provinces will face […]

Indonesia morning news for September 10

Indonesia morning news for September 10

President Jokowi arrives in Seoul for two day visit President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) and First Lady Iriana arrived in Seoul, Sunday evening, for a two day visit (Sept 10-11) aimed at strengthening economic and investment ties between Indonesia and South Korea. — Antara Indonesia detains vessel for smuggling fuel from Singapore The Indonesian navy held […]

Cambodia morning news for September 7

Cambodia morning news for September 7

Old faces form new government With the National Assembly giving a vote of confidence to form the new government yesterday, Prime Minister Hun Sen unveiled his new cabinet, which did not change except for the addition of a new ministerial post. — Khmer Times Authorities to clamp down on Preah Sihanouk coast grabs The authorities […]

Indonesia morning news for September 7

Indonesia morning news for September 7

Pertamina profit plummets as govt insists on cheap fuel The profit of state-owned oil and gas holding company Pertamina has reportedly dropped to less than Rp 5 trillion (US$335 million) in the first half of 2018 from Rp 18.73 trillion in the same period last year. — The Jakarta Post Minister Luhut Reschedules Electricity Projects […]

Cambodia morning news for September 6

Cambodia morning news for September 6

Cambodia’s new one-party legislature begins session Cambodia’s king on Wednesday presided over the opening of the new session of the National Assembly, whose 125 seats are filled by members of a single party following an election widely decried as unfair. — Associated Press His Majesty the King Urges More Efforts to Help People Enjoy Their […]