Country Risk Summary: CAMBODIA
- REGIONAL RISK PROFILE. // Asia Monitor: South East Asia Monitor Volume 1;May2004, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p1
Eight months after the July 2003 elections, Cambodia still has no government. The Cambodian People's Party of Prime Minister Hun Sen came first in the elections, but fell short of the two-thirds majority needed to rule alone. Despite the paralysis, Hun Sen continues to run the government....
- Victory For Hum Sen In Cambodia. // Emerging Markets Monitor;8/4/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 17, p7
Deals with the victory of Prime Minister Hun Sen and his Cambodian People's Party (CPP) in the 2003 general elections in Cambodia. Percentage of the vote claimed by CPP; Voter turnout.
- Local Elections Confirm CPP Is Still Dominant. // Asia Monitor: South East Asia Monitor Volume 1;Jun2007, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p6
The article discusses the landslide victory of Cambodian People's Party (CPP) spearheaded by Prime Minister Hun Sen in Cambodia. The CCP had won 7,993 commune seats out of 11, 353 available, presenting the 70% of total seats. The 7,993 consisted with 1,591 chiefs, 1125 first deputy chiefs, 185...
- An iron fist, not a soft touch, wins in Cambodia. Barr, Cameron W. // Christian Science Monitor;8/13/97, Vol. 89 Issue 181, p6
Focuses on Cambodia as of August 13, 1997. The Cambodian People's Party (CPP) and its goals of stability, efficiency and control; Questions from Cambodian politicians as to why the international community appears to be supporting Hun Sen, leader of the CPP; Uncertainty about whether Hun Sen...
- Politicians grapple with Ontario rail investment. // Railway Gazette International;Jun2014, Vol. 170 Issue 6, p56
The article discusses issues concerning rail investment and snap provincial election in Ontario in 2014.
- Voting for the past. Hajari, Nisid; Lee, Matthew // Time International (South Pacific Edition);8/10/1998, Issue 32, p54
Discusses elections in Cambodia that were held in July 1998. Preliminary results regarding seats won by the Cambodian People's Party of strongman Hun Sen, Prince Norodom Ranariddh and his FUNCINPEC party, and Sam Rainsy; Enthusiasm of voters; Suspicions among the international community that...
- More Killing Fields. Larimer, Tim; Grainger, Matthew // Time International (South Pacific Edition);9/28/1998, Issue 39, p88
Presents information on the political killings in Cambodia during and following the 1998 elections that saw Hun Sen elected amidst accusations of election tampering. Shallow grave and rivers producing bodies of protestors and opponents of Hun Sen; Cambodians demanding answers; Rival politicians...
- CAMBODIA: RISK SUMMARY. // Asia Monitor: South East Asia Monitor Volume 1;May2011, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p6
The article offers news briefs on political, economic, and business risks in Cambodia which are the critics done by Prime Minister Hun Sen on Thailand, the plan of trade unions to handle the migrant workers' rights, and the labour strikes organized due to the compensation and unpaid wages from a...
- Mystery of golf comes to Cambodia's killing fields. Sloanx, Bronwyn // Asian Pacific Post;4/10/2008, p13
The article reports on the proposal of Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen to build a golf course in Pailin.