The Youth Labor Market in Cambodia ? Bertelsmann Future Challenges. The Youth Labor Market in Cambodia Thursday, 16 February 2012 / Chak Sopheap Tags: economy, education, labour market, youth Regions: Cambodia The baby boom during the 1980s and 1990s in Cambodia (after the nation successfully put a decade long civil war behind it and regained… Continue reading The Youth Labor Market in Cambodia
Cambodia: Opportunity of Women in Economy (Khmer Version) Written by Sopheap Chak in attribution to Open Institute’s Women Program The article is part of Open Institute’s Women Bulletin issue #4, August-September 2010
By Sopheap Chak, Published on UPI Asia Online Niigata, Japan ? The problem of forced evictions and land grabs is growing worse in Cambodia, leading to violence due to deep dissatisfaction over existing resettlement schemes. Some 133,000 residents of Phnom Penh, or 11 percent of the city?s population of 1.2 million, have been evicted since… Continue reading "Development" does not justify land grabs
On 8th August 2007, Fortune magazine reported that Carlos Slim had overtaken Bill Gates as the world’s richest man. Carlos Slim’s estimated fortune soared to US$59 billion, based on the value of his public holdings at the end of July. Microsoft founder Bill Gates’ net worth was estimated to be at least US$58 billion. Carlos… Continue reading Who is the world's richest?