Only about half of 150 countries have adopted laws governing urban development.
The Asian Development Bank releases ‘ASEAN+3 bond market guide’ bond market guides for Cambodia and Myanmar.
People are always on the lookout for bigger, brighter and better opportunities outside their comfort zones, say our native lands.
In the last 20 years, rapid economic growth in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) has reduced poverty and brought prosperity to many of its 420 million people.
Cambodia still needs more housing to meet the rapid growth of the population, urbanisation in the capital city and economic growth.
PM to establish a bank for small and medium enterprises to promote economic growth.
The country’s economic growth projection for 2017 was revised down to 6.8 percent, a slight decrease from a previous forecast of 6.9 percent, due to a moderation of growth in textile exports and a slowdown in the construction sector
The euro zone’s annual economic growth rate outstrips that of the US in the third quarter.
Cambodian graduates and experts to share insights at the Global Alumni Convention.
China’s manufacturing slows as steps to reduce pollution force factories to reduce production.
Today, most cities fail to include key stakeholders in the planning process, leading to exclusionary development.
In its latest report, the World Bank has revised its forecast of the kingdom’s real economic growth for 2017, lowering it by 0.1 percentage points.
The influence of the Chinese is having a significant effect on the economic growth prospects of Cambodia, and in particular the real estate and construction sectors.
Host countries benefit from the enhanced economic growth that migrant labour makes possible, which may entail winners as well as losers, while migrants benefit from employment and livelihood opportunities.
India calling for more monetary easing as it flaggs risks to economic growth and budget targets, citing disinflationary impulses.
International Monetary Fund projects growth at 7 percent, warns credit growth poses threat.
Vietnam’s annual economic growth rate quickened to 6.17 percent in the second quarter due to strong manufacturing growth.