Cambodia’s tourism sector earned $3.63 billion in revenue last year.
E-commerce continues its rapid expansion in the kingdom, with major global companies like Uber entering the market.
That is the wish of the White House, which hopes to end funding for the costly program within a few years.
During the last five years, agricultural exports have grown on average 7% per year.
With mom, dad and grandma signing up in increasing numbers, Facebook is losing younger users in the US at a faster pace.
“Chocfinger” made his name and his money by taking bold bets on cocoa markets.
Japan’s national system to oversee cryptocurrency trading was the world’s first.
With years of austerity in their rear-view mirrors, the world’s biggest oil companies are locked in a beauty contest.
A new sub-decree on sight aims at boosting non-tax revenue collection.
Japan will provide $168 million in development aid to Cambodia in 2018.
Government announces the establishment of the country’s first marine national park.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will make two speeches on Brexit.
Diamond Twin Tower occupies a prime position to a main entrance way to Koh Pich.
Riyadh’s Ritz-Carlton reopens for business, three months after closed.
French giant Total saw its bottom line jump by more than a third, Shell’s net profit tripled.
Only about half of 150 countries have adopted laws governing urban development.
The EU will seek to break down barriers to the flow of data between businesses.
Yunyong Muneemongkoltorn, general manager of EPSON Thailand, talks to Khmer Times.
The project will break ground at the end of March and will be finished within 18 months.
George Soros has donated £400,000 to a campaign for influencing British lawmakers to vote against a final Brexit deal.