Ministry of Agriculture announces the selection of a number of crops that will be planted as part of a new mapping project.
The Ministry of Agriculture is prioritising the creation of agricultural communities throughout the nation.
Japanese investment in the kingdom was valued at $1.6 billion in 2017.
An outbreak of H5N1 avian influenza is confirmed in Ba Phnom district and the transport of birds are now prohibited.
Direct investment from South Korea has increased, reaching $4.5 billion last year.
Ultimus Asia announces this week its investment into Bai Yu Feng Sandal Wood.
Advanced information and communication technology in agriculture is on the way.
PM Hun Sen urges companies to consider Cambodia as their next investment destination.
Cambodia and China signed 19 agreements and memorandums of understanding on Thursday, involving infrastructure connectivity, human resource building, agriculture, the economy, electricity and health, as the two countries mark the 60th anniversary of diplomatic ties.…
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang‘s visit to Cambodia will be of great significance to Lancang-Mekong cooperation and China-Cambodia ties, a senior diplomat has said. Li will attend the second Lancang-Mekong River Cooperation (LMC) leaders’ meeting in…
Cambodia was ranked fourth among the 10 most popular budget destinations for tourists in 2017, according to popular British travel publisher Rough Guides.
Cambodia’s economy remained robust in 2017 with an estimated growth rate of 6.8 percent.
Senior foreign affairs officials from China, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam agreed to deepen pragmatic cooperation.
Businesses from Eastern China’s Fujian province are now in the kingdom in search of business opportunities, hoping to bolster trade.
Veng Sakhon, the Minister of Agriculture, says the government will promote contract farming to boost cassava production.
Cambodian graduates and experts to share insights at the Global Alumni Convention.
Farmers and indigenous people renew a call for the government to drop a draft law which they allege will affect small-scale producers.
Government officials call for more private investment in cassava production, arguing it will help boost and diversify Cambodian exports.
Cambodia has asked Singapore to consider importing agricultural products such as rice, pepper and mangoes, and to welcome more migrant workers from Cambodia.