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.
As Hurricane Irma batters Florida, the cream of the insurance world is assessing the costs of the storm for the global industry.
Apple is launching an expected “iPhone 8,” hoping auspicious number will turn sales.
Italy’s main opposition parties are replacing their calls to leave the euro with less radical proposals to flank it with a new currency.
Oil prices edge up after the Saudi oil minister discussed possibly extending a pact to cut global oil supplies.
It’s the black prancing horse’s 70th birthday and gleaming Ferraris are out to celebrate.
Jayant Menon speaks to Khmer Times and outlines how Cambodia can stay competitive.
Global Purify Power, a joint venture behind $400 million worth of solar powered projects, start groundbreaking in Kampong Speu.
Agriculture ministers in the Greater Mekong Subregion endorse a five-year strategy and action plan to build a food safety system.
Donald Trump’s deal with Democrats to help hurricane victims could complicate tax reform.
China raises the exchange rate for the yuan against the US dollar for the 10th session, pushing it to its highest level in 16 months.
Cambodia and Thailand agree to seek more strategies to boost bilateral trade, cross border development and investment.
A floating bridge made of polythene air bags is attracting local tourists to Angkor Wat, as the original bridge undergoes repairs.
Chances of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership deal being finalised by the end of the year are slim.
Hurricane Irma shuts down oil terminals across the northern Caribbean, worsening fuel supply in countries struggling since Harvey.