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Rumors swirl of bank hiring Hong Kong people to work in Cambodia

Hong Kong Standard 17 Aug 2022
... in Cambodia and hired him to work there ... As the departure date approached, the worried netizen eventually chose to post the issue and publicly ask DBS, “Is it that there is a new office in Cambodia, and you need to hire someone in Hong Kong to work there?” .
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KMT plans rescue initiative in Cambodia

Taipei Times 15 Aug 2022
KMT Legislator Cheng Cheng-chien (鄭正鈐), founder of the Republic of China-Cambodia parliamentary friendship association, said his office had received petitions calling for the rescue of Taiwanese trapped in Cambodia ... They were held upon their arrival in Cambodia, and some even had their organs removed and sold, he said.
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eCloudvalley Partners up with The Royal Group to Accelerate Digital Transformation in Cambodia

The Joplin Globe 15 Aug 2022
eCloudvalley Digital Technology, a leading provider of digital transformation in Asia, has announced the establishment of a joint venture in Cambodia with The Royal Group ... eCloudvalley Partners up with The Royal Group to Accelerate Digital Transformation in Cambodia (Photo ... eCloudvalley Chief Executive Officer MP Tsai said."
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Eight lured to Cambodia return to Taiwan

Taipei Times 15 Aug 2022
The representative office in Thailand worked with ... The Thai government earlier on Sunday notified Taiwan’s representative office that 12 Taiwanese who had entered Thailand from Cambodia were believed to be human trafficking victims, CIB Deputy Director Huang Chia-chi (黃家琦) said.
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Southeast Asia safety net needed for travelers

Taipei Times 14 Aug 2022
I believe this to be true after watching news reports showing Criminal Investigation Bureau officers at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport trying to persuade Taiwanese jobseekers not to fly to Cambodia.
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Notes from Central Taiwan: Taiwanese migrant workers and the salary crisis

Taipei Times 14 Aug 2022
Last week, the government issued another one of its periodic warnings that certain overseas employers are actually enslaving Taiwanese into conducting Internet and phone scams, particularly in Cambodia. The government announced that it would station officers at airports to watch for such scam jobs.
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Human trafficking the focus of new task force

Taipei Times 12 Aug 2022
Police officers in Taiwan interview a person checking in for a flight to Cambodia to provide information about suspected trafficking rings in an undated photograph ... The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Ho Chi Minh City, which represents Taiwan’s interests in Cambodia and ...
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Roundup: Fiscal stimulus, high vaccination rates fuel Cambodia's economic growth -- outlook report

China.dot.org 11 Aug 2022
11 (Xinhua) -- Strong fiscal stimulus and high vaccination rates have helped quickened Cambodia's economic recovery in the post-COVID-19 pandemic era, an ASEAN+3 Macroeconomic Research Office (AMRO) report said on Thursday. In its Cambodia Economic Outlook 2022, the AMRO said the ...
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Fiscal stimulus, high vaccination rates fuel Cambodia's economic growth -- outlook report

Xinhua 11 Aug 2022
11 (Xinhua) -- Strong fiscal stimulus and high vaccination rates have helped quickened Cambodia's economic recovery in the post-COVID-19 pandemic era, an ASEAN+3 Macroeconomic Research Office (AMRO) report said on Thursday ... Fiscal stimulus, high vaccination rates fuel Cambodia's economic growth -- outlook report.
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US returns stolen antique works of art to Cambodia

Taipei Times 09 Aug 2022
The federal prosecutor’s office said that thousands of Khmer statues and sculptures were trafficked out of Cambodia over the course of decades to antique dealers in Bangkok, before being illegally exported to collectors, businesspeople and even museums in Asia, Europe and the US.
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US returns 30 stolen antique artworks to Cambodia

Raw Story 09 Aug 2022
The federal prosecutor's office said that thousands of Khmer statues and sculptures that were trafficked out of Cambodia over the course of decades to antique dealers in Bangkok, before being illegally exported to collectors, businessmen and even museums in Asia, Europe and the United States.
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US returns 30 stolen antiquities to Cambodia

The Manila Times 09 Aug 2022
The federal prosecutor's office said thousands of Khmer statues and sculptures were trafficked out of Cambodia over the decades to antique dealers in Bangkok, before being illegally exported to collectors, businessmen and even museums in Asia, Europe and the US.
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See some of the dozens of looted ancient artifacts the US is returning to Cambodia

The Arizona Republic 09 Aug 2022
30 artifacts looted during civil war and instability in Cambodia recovered by the United States Attorney's Office will be returned to the country ... .
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Body to probe Cambodia forced labor allegations

Taipei Times 08 Aug 2022
Police officers hold signs warning travelers about an employment scam in Cambodia at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport yesterday ... Taiwan does not have a representative office in Cambodia, so the safest way out of such situations is to pay a ransom, which requires family members to fly there, Lu said.
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United States returns to Cambodia 30 antiquities looted from historic sites

Union Leader 08 Aug 2022
NEW YORK -- The United States will return to Cambodia 30 looted antiquities, including bronze and stone statues of Buddhist and Hindu deities carved more than 1,000 years ago, U.S ... Last year, the Manhattan district attorney's office returned 27 looted antiquities to Cambodia.

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