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“We want Iranian companies to invest in Cambodia, boosting economic growth and development for poverty reduction.”Cambodia is preparing a high-level delegation to visit Iran next week, where they expect to sign an agreement on petroleum cooperation, among others.
Heng Reaksmey, VOA Khmer
Phnom Penh Friday, 06 August 2010
Sat, 07 Aug 2010
Press TV (Iran)
Asked why Cambodia had chosen Iran for such agreements, he said, "We are a non-partisan country. We are friends with everyone in the world." [including rogue states?]Officials from Cambodia will travel to Iran next week willing to sign agreements on cooperation in the oil sector, the foreign minister of the Southeast Asian state said on Friday.
August 02, 2010
KI-Media Note: Dear Readers, we just received the following email from Gao Hongying regarding a comment posted by a former employee of the Vietnamese company Sacombank. Gao Hongying did not indicate in his email his relationship with Sacombank, only to warn us to pay attention to his email which we have reproduced below. In our opinion, there is no reason for us to revise somebody else's article content or remove it unless a gross error has been made which we do not believe that was the case.
- Firstly, if the Sacombank feels that it has been slighted by our comment, this bank should have sent us an official letter asking to clarify the situation and we would have gladly obliged.
- Secondly, Gao Honying did not provide any indication of his relationship to this bank either, furthermore, the email address he uses (email@example.com) to send the email below to us does not provide any clue that Gao Hongying is related in anyway to Sacombank.
- Thirdly, the anonymous author who posted the original comment did not use the words "illegal and unethical" in his/her statement, we at KI-Media take responsibility for using these words as the header to the comment. Should Gao Hongying himself reads the explanation in that article, then Gao Hongying would be able to understand where, in our mind, these words would come from.
- Fourthly, we believe that, logically, if we were to remove this article, why then should we make revision to the article as suggested by Gao Hongying (you MUST make a revision on the content of that article and remove it immediately) in the first place?
Vendor eyesore imperils heritage
By Mora Mao
Pokpong Lawansiri, London
The Jakarta Post (Indonesia)
August 2, 2010
Catholic News Asia
KI-Media note: The following message was provided by an anonymous KI-Media reader regarding illegal and unethical employment practice against Khmer employees of the Viet Sacombank in CambodiaTo all Khmer employees to consider of this Vietnamese Company Called " SACOMBANK " + SBJ or whatever all in one relation.
Mu Sochua’s valuable heroism in her quest for justice
29 July 2010
By Pech Bandol
Free Press Magazine Online
Translated from Khmer by Heng Soy
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