After continuous gains that started early last week, the CSX index reached 645.37 points Tuesday – a high point for 2021.
China and Indonesia sign MoU on developing capacity building of internet security.
Cambodia has recorded Kampot Pepper as the first geographical indication (GI) registered via the Geneva Act of WIPO’s Lisbon System, which provides protection for names identifying the geographic origin of products such as coffee, tea, cheese, wine, pottery, and cloth.
Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC) has approved a new investment project with a total capital of $7.8 million in Takeo province.
Official: Gov’t’s principles in 2021-2023 will be towards survival, reform and resilience.
Cambodia’s three international airports welcomed 2.13 million passengers in 2020.
Most markets fell yesterday as investors took a breather following a recent rally, though Hong Kong and Shanghai enjoyed gains after data showed China’s economy grew more than expected last year.
Research is under way on products to be imported and exported under CC-FTA.
Products grown included cassava, mangoes, bananas and peppers among many other agro-products.
The bilateral trade with South Korea is of a year-on-year decrease of 14 percent.
House-plant market is undergoing new growth as result of several contributing factors.
The CSX kicked off the trading week with the exchange reporting a slight decrease, ending the session at 638.91 points.
Uy Kuyteav, Cambodian Master Chef Luu Meng’s venture to promote ‘Phnom Penh Noodles’ has announced that it will open a second franchise in April.
The Japanese government will assist the Cambodian General Department of Customs and Excise of Cambodia (GDCE) in setting up an automated customs clearance system that will speed up cargo clearance time, alleviating congestion problems that slow the process.
The Ministry of Economy and Finance has issued a prakas (directive) for the classification of taxpayers doing business in the Kingdom currently under the existing self-assessment regime.
A $2.4 million project for the construction of a factory producing handbags has been approved by the Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC), another positive investment announcement amid the pandemic.
Four tourism poles and 251 development projects have been added to the newly completed master plan draft for tourism development in Kep province. It is slated for implementation through 2030.
The CSX index finished last week up by 0.05 percent, closing at 638.94 points.
Cambodia has asked Indonesia to share experience on vegetable oil development.
Khmer Times’ reporter Jason Boken speaks to Tina Redshaw, the British ambassador to the Kingdom, on climate change, education, trade and future developments between the two nations.
Cambodian businesses and organisations are coming together to celebrate local and eco-conscious business this Saturday, January 16th at an event called “Futures is GREEN”.
Chip Mong Land have announced that sales of its Park Land 6A residential project will begin on January 22, 2021.
A $2.4 million bag factory project has recently obtained green light from CDC.
SMEs have taken a slight upper hand in the negotiation of commercial rental prices.
An MoU to build a multi-agency partnership for sustainable rubber supply chains.
Prince Bank is on the right track as it seeks to become the industry leader in Cambodia.
The launch of Cambodia’s National Cassava Policy 2020-2025 delivers new energy.
Additional renewable energy to come from four new stations scheduled early this year.
A viral vegan meme says, how do you know if a person is vegan? They’ll tell you.
Cambodia featured heavily in China’s newly released “New Era” document.