Smart and Pour un Sourire d’Enfant launch a socio-sports school in Steung Meanchey.
Renovations to Sihanoukville international airport which will allow it to handle bigger planes will be finished by the end of the year.
China’s already soaring plastic demand may rise even further as the government plans to ban waste-plastic imports.
The Cambodia Association of Travel Agents and Nepal’s Tourism Agents Association sign the memorandum to promote joint tourism.
Apple rolls out the iPhone X, chief executive Tim Cook is calling it “the biggest leap forward since the original iPhone”.
China plans for ethanol biofuel by 2020, a push for corn and to clean up smog.
Cambodia will host the China-Asean Expo showcasing business opportunities and attract more investment and tourists from China.
The second call comes after only four rice millers applied in the first call which had a deadline last week.
The Ministry of Commerce will join with the Thai Embassy in Cambodia to build a favourable business and investment climate.
The United Nations, with the Ministry of Commerce and Agriculture Ministry launch booklet to mark the end of a three-year project.
Malaysia Airlines will announce a deal to buy eight wide-body Boeing 787 jets.
European car bosses gathering for the Frankfurt auto show are beginning to address the realities of mass vehicle electrification.
Over the past five years, Macau has raked in $70 billion in taxes from its casinos.
The Philippines plans to issue $1 billion in bonds to finance next year’s record budget.
The dealmakers leading China’s modern Silk Road target Europe’s banks.
Oil prices edge down in Asian trading, as traders weigh the effects of Irma and Harvey.
Cambodia’s draft gaming law will be submitted to the cabinet for approval this month to pave the way for foreign investment.
The government is pushing for the United States to fully implement at least 97 percent of duty-free access to least developed countries.
Geographical indication status is being sought for Siem Reap prahok fish paste after approval for a national standard.
Charter flights between Siem Reap and China’s Guiyang city are to run three times a week from the end of this month.