The restoration of US’s Generalized System of Preferences programme becomes effective on Sunday.
The US embassy in Phnom Penh marks Earth Day by introducing its new solar panel.
Try Pheap Group signs a cooperation agreement with China’s Guangxi Beibu Gulf.
Pagoda, a Chinese fruit retailer, is exploring business opportunities in the kingdom, hoping to invest in the agriculture sector.
Amret Microfinance, a well-known local microcredit institution, has entered into a partnership with AIA AIA Cambodia.
China is trying to shed its notoriety as a hub for counterfeit goods.
The US has issued China with a “yellow card” on trade, said its consul general in Hong Kong yesterday.
Officials gather on Thursday to discuss the much-awaited law on petroleum.
The Royal Sands Koh Rong holds its opening ceremony after two years of construction.
Over 3,500 companies registered with the Ministry of Commerce during the first three months of the year.
Australia’s competition watchdog supports massive increases in financial penalties.
The Asian Development Bank has committed over $2.8 billion in lending to Cambodia.
Phnom Penh Commercial Bank and Diners Club International announce a new partnership to issue premium cards.
Japan’s new home-sharing law was meant to ease a shortage of hotel rooms.
Many combat veterans struggle for years after returning to civilian life.
Facebook opposes calls by Australian media for digital platforms to be regulated.
The garment and footwear industry continues to play a pivotal role in the economy.
The National Bank calls for citizens to exercise caution when dealing with online and mobile lending companies.
Western Australia welcomes business migrants from Cambodia, an Aussie official says.
Cambodia will have to apply to China for the 30-day tourist visa waiver policy in Hainan.