Luckin Coffee is an up-and-coming coffee chain with ambitions to challenge Starbucks.
General Electric is concerned that its tax liabilities could increase by billions of dollars.
A laptop built by a local startup may soon be sold across Asean, Japan and beyond.
China to endeavour to increase the volume of products it imports from Cambodia.
Cambodia is now officially featured in the map of the National Association of Realtors (NAR) after having joined the United States-based organisation last year.
The current draft of the long-awaited e-commerce law is expected to gain the approval of the Council of Ministers before the end of the year, according to a high-ranking official.
The first China International Import Expo kicks off in Shanghai.
Rich Chinese and other Asians are increasingly seeking more control of their wealth.
The 4th Global Alumni Convention (GAC) will attract over 50 schools and universities.
Alibaba and JD.com are taking lucrative luxury goods market battle to a new level.
Norway builds the world’s biggest salmon-farming industry. But it wants to go bigger.
SoftBank Group Corp chief executive Masayoshi Son will face questions about his company’s dependence on Saudi Arabia.
The US-China trade war is the “most stupid thing in this world,” says Jack Ma.
The Sihanoukville Special Economic Zone (SSEZ) will seek listing in the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong and the capital raised will mainly be used for the development of real estate within the industrial park, said president Jack Chen.
Minister of Commerce appeals to businesses in New Zealand to invest in the Kingdom.
The government should start refashioning its institutions and policies to adapt 4IR.
Shares in Apple fell 6%, cutting its market value back to less than $1 trillion.
A group of Cambodian government officials have been chosen to participate in a training programme on monitoring and evaluation (M&E) in Korea organised by that country’s development agency.
Cambodia’s jewel designers are absent from the 15th Wuzhou Jewel Festival.
Three primary school children score themselves a brand-new gadget each.