RAC president meets leaders of Japanese AI firm to study enhancing cooperation.
Near-apocalyptic scenes with extreme levels of abandoned shop fronts.
The Royal Thai Police is forming a special task force to track down tourists infected with COVID-19.
Local authorities are being pushed to improve the quality of their services.
Grand Twins announces the delay of its financial report for a second time.
Australian Embassy congratulates Cambodia on combatting money laundering laws.
Private education service providers welcome reopening the nation’s schools.
Preah Sihanouk authorities call to prepare as more Chinese nationals return.
Around 2,522 approved construction projects are ongoing across the country.
The easing of lockdowns is providing hope the global economy will bounce back from an expected recession this year.
China urges France to guarantee a “fair and just” environment for its companies.
The power station, accounts for 14 percent of the power generated in Cambodia.
Clearance Certificate is obtained by NagaWorld to reopen with effect from Wednesday.
UNWTO to support Cambodia to restore the tourism sector after COVID-19 ends, according to Tourism Minister Thong Khon.
A collaboration to issue the $50,000 insurance certificate required for foreign travellers.
Gov’t predicted real economic growth to be negative 1.9 percent in 2020.
Confidence among major Japanese manufacturers has plunged to its worst level.
Oil execs and experts are starting to ask if the industry has crossed the Rubicon of peak demand.
CDC has approved three new investment projects with a total investment capital of $14.4 million in the first week of July.
The Government has received around $9 million in deposited cash from the 3,000 foreign travellers who had arrived in Cambodia as of June 30th after it imposed regulations
The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on Cambodia’s tourism industry, with nearly 3,000 tourism and tourism-related businesses closing and more than 45,000 workers losing jobs as of May.
Phnom Penh is planning to construct three modern underground parking spaces totaling $160 million.
Australia is interested in investing in renewable energy in Cambodia such as hydropower and solar power.
Cambodia exported 97,175 tonnes of rubber to foreign markets in the first five months of this year, an increase by 17 percent compared to the same period last year.
PRASAC receives $150 M in credit facilities from KB Kookmin Bank.
The government has issued a prakas (directive) on controlling and managing the use of construction mining resources.
Clothes brands are blamed over contributing to garment workers’ low wages.
Macau Legend will have to wait a little longer before it can start its resort.
An international group of consumer groups and NGOs denounced Google’s bid for sports smartwatch-maker Fitbit yesterday, saying it would threaten privacy and grant the search giant unfair access to a new market.
India allows firms to operate trains on certain routes, in a bid to boost economy.