The government has downplayed the effects tariffs imposed by the European Union.
Siemens and Alstom’s plan to has failed to win over EU antitrust regulators.
The government plans to focus on developing tech startups in the small and medium enterprise, education and digital skills sectors before expanding to tourism, agriculture, and health.
WorldBridge Secure Logistics signs a joint-venture agreement with US security Brink’s.
Amory 7 Makara, a linked house development in Phnom Penh, brakes ground.
Chhay Sivlin, president of the Cambodia Association of Travel Agents discusses the development of the tourism sector and its outlook for 2019.
The US is pushing for regular reviews of China’s progress on pledged trade reforms.
A new project supported by Viettel (Cambodia) that will see the construction of computer labs in 20 high schools.
The European Commission has imposed tariffs on rice imports from Cambodia and Myanmar that, it says, are hurting farmers in the European Union.
Agriculture Ministry is working on a proposal to reduce taxes on rubber exports.
Sathapana Bank customers can now enjoy debit and credit cards issued by Visa, the world’s leading financial and payment cards company.
Vietnet Distribution JSC is now an official distributor in Cambodia for LogRhythm.
Chinese firm Jiangsu Lianfa is now crop testing in Pursat province.
The number of foreign nationals investing in the CSX increased significantly last year.
Manulife bags CAMS credential.
The beginning of 2019 has seen exchanges between the Rwanda and Alibaba.
Renault executives and French officials were planning to meet Nissan CEO in Japan.
Companies listed in the local bourse are entitled to a 50% deduction in income tax.
Huawei’s CEO says the Chinese government is not allowed access to its customer data.
German chemical giant BASF officially launches its operations in the Kingdom.
Minister of tourism called on Hong Kong investors to consider projects in the Kingdom’s rapidly growing tourism sector.
Last year saw a notable increase in the number of factory openings.
About 20 Thai firms specialising in home appliances, auto parts, electric components, and electronics took part in a business matching event in Phnom Penh yesterday.
Microsoft to locate its new AI and Internet of Things Insider Lab.
Facebook to invest 300 million US dollars over three years to support local news.
McDonald’s Corp has lost its rights to the trademark “Big Mac” in a EU case.
The European Union told Britain it could have a different kind of Brexit deal.
Germany is scrambling to secure its interests in Beijing.
On the back of strong growth in the garment, construction and hospitality sectors, the national economy expanded by 7.3 percent last year, according to the Ministry of Economy and Finance.
Acleda Bank’s customers can now check their creditworthiness at selected branches.