Monday, 1.9.2008: Cambodia and South Africa Start to Improve Cooperation in Economy and Commerce

Posted on 2 September 2008. Filed under: Week 576 | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

The Mirror, Vol. 12, No. 576

“Phnom Penh: A discussion between Mr. Ouch Borith, secretary of state of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Mr. Douglas Harvey Monroe Gibson, the ambassador of the Republic of South Africa [to Thailand], showed that the governments of both countries, Cambodia and South Africa, want to improve bilateral cooperation in the field of economy and commerce.

“Mr. Ouch Borith said that considering the planned bilateral cooperation in economy and commerce between both countries, the South African ambassador said that the government of South Africa wants to ask the government of Cambodia to open an honorary consulate in Cambodia as the first step to strengthen and to expand the economic and commercial cooperation.

“The Ambassador said that on 14 and 15 December 2008, he will lead a delegation to attend a trade exhibition in Phnom Penh. South Africa will show red wine and white wine produced in South Africa for sale in Cambodia.

“In the meantime, Mr. Ouch Borith reported to the South African ambassador about economic growth, political stability, and especially, the results of the recent fourth term parliamentary elections in Cambodia.

“The Ambassador said that South Africa has only sightly over 5% economic growth, and he highly assessed that Cambodia has strong economic growth, particularly in 2005 with more than 13%.

“The South African Ambassador went on to comment on the recent fourth term parliamentary elections, although he was in Bangkok, but he observed the election in Cambodia, that the elections were well organized and were free, fair and non-violent, which was a very important step towards implementing democracy in Cambodia.” Rasmei Kampuchea, Vol.16, #4682, 31-1.8-9.2008

Newspapers Appearing on the Newsstand:
Monday, 1 September 2008


Kampuchea Thmey, Vol.7, #1734, 31.8-1.9.2008

  • Illegal Transportation of Wood by Water Increases; Protectors Even Dare to Threaten Officials [Kompong Cham]
  • [Thai Prime Minister] Samak Plans to Put Siam [Thailand] on Emergency Alert


Khmer Machas Srok, Vol.2, #234, 31.8-2.9.2008

  • If the International Community Does Not Help to Find a Solution, It Is Like to Let Democracy in Cambodia Die Miserably


Meatophum, Vol.52, #703, 1-6.9.2008

  • Prince Norodom Ranariddh Gives Up Parliamentary Seat [according to National Election Committee Secretary-General Tep Nitha], but He Still Enters Politics [according to Norodom Ranariddh Party spokesperson Suth Dina]


Moneaksekar Khmer, Vol.15, #3553, 1.8.2008

  • Sam Rainsy: I Don’t Believe that a Thief Can Catch a Thief [about an anti-corruption law, which has failed to be created for more than ten years since 1994]


Rasmei Kampuchea, Vol.16, #4682, 31.8-1.9.2008

  • Cambodia and South Africa Start to Improve Cooperation in Economy and Commerce
  • Oknha Hun To [Prime Minister Hun Sen’s nephew] and Sam Rainsy Party Parliamentarian Sue Each Other [Sam Rainsy Party parliamentarian from Kompong Cham Nuon Vuthy sues Hun To on accusation of injuring him, and Hun To sues the parliamentarian on accusation of defamation]
  • H.E. Bun Rany Hun Sen Allowed the Author of the Book “Samdech Hun Sen Told Me” to Interview Her [30 August – Kandal]
  • Man Cut Off the Head of Another Man with a Knife Who Had Attempted to Rape His Wife [29 August – he is arrested – Kien Svay, Kandal]
  • Partners in Thai Coalition Government and Army Ask Samak to Resign [in order to reduce political tension]

Click here to have a look at the last editorial – will the Prime Minister’s concern for the environment continue to be violated?

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