Total Cambodge, a subsidiary of France-based petroleum firm Total Group, has moved into the solar sector.
To boost the price of the commodity and diversify the market, a national strategy for the pepper sector is on the way.
After a two-month delay, Air China is set to start direct flights between Beijing and Phnom Penh in January, airport officials said.
PPCBank plans to expand its ‘coffee banking’ concept into its branches in Phnom Penh.
BT is removing Huawei from the core 3G and 4G mobile operations.
China expresses confidence it can reach a trade deal with the United States, despite fresh warnings from Trump.
Italians worried about political uncertainty look across the border to stable Switzerland.
Local rice exporters yesterday call for better planning and communication between all industry actors to meet China’s import quota.
Hong Kong Stock Exchange-listed Green Leader Holding Group Limited will build 20 factories throughout Cambodia.
To feed growing demand for Cambodian traditional works, Artisans Angkor, the biggest employer in Siem Reap province, is planning an increase in production in the near future.
Newa Insurance is officially launched, joining Cambodia’s fledgling insurance sector.
The United States expects China to take immediate action to cut tariffs on US car imports.
OPEC are working for a deal to reduce oil output by at least 1.3 million barrels per day.
Chinese investment in Cambodia is expected to diversify into finance and banking.
Cambodia-Thailand trade reaches $7 billion during the first nine months of the year.
Private water operators will lose licence if failed to expand in rural areas, says the gov’t.
Ted Baker to investigate claims against CEO relating to his habit of hugging colleagues.
The Ministry of Land Management urged foreign investors to increase investment in Cambodia’s real estate sector to take advantage of the country’s healthy economic progress which has sparked real sector growth altogether.
AirAsia to use of biometric scanners to boost security for all air travelers, CEO says.
Bank of America finishes moving its banking operations in Dublin from London.