The Council for the Development of Cambodia has approved 13 investment projects since October.
Wing and the National Social Security Fund have signed an agreement to give employers and employees access to cashless payments.
Prime Minister Theresa May announces 4 billion pounds of spending on research and development and regional growth strategies.
Goldman Sachs is looking at Frankfurt and Paris as bases for its European activities.
Alibaba will take a major stake in one of China’s top food sellers for $2.9 billion.
Farmers and traders in the provinces of Pailin and Battambang can now apply online for certificates of origin for their exports.
Representatives of the private sector in Cambodia and Vietnam call on customs authorities from both countries to simplify and streamline export procedures as a way of boosting trade.
The repercussions of last week’s political moves in Cambodia when the Supreme Court dissolved the main opposition party has left many wondering what the repercussions will be for local businesses.
Grundfos is optimistic that the Cambodian market offers opportunities to build more services with water utilities.
Australian Migration Agents PTY LTD has a soft launch of their service in an office in Phnom Penh on Friday.
Amru signs a deal with Thai Starch Company to supply 8,000 tonnes of fresh organic tapioca.
US miner Freeport-McMoRan is evacuating spouses and children of workers from its giant Indonesian copper mine.
Cambodia will have an automated gateway transit system ahead of 2023 – when the country is due to host the Southeast Asian Games.
The government is calling on international buyers to increase investment in the garment and footwear sector and to introduce new technologies to help modernise the industry.
The Tourism Minister asks Ji Xiangqi for guidance in drafting a master tourism plan.
Industry insiders expect the Cambodia Travel Mart to be a significant milestone in pushing forward the country’s tourism.
Theresa May withstood new attempts to force concessions on her blueprint for leaving EU.
Cyber criminals latch onto the notion of “fake news” as a profitable business model.
Businesses striving to stamp out slavery should not dismiss struggling suppliers but train them.
Volkswagen will invest more than 10 billion euros in China to build new energy vehicles.