Trump downplay a revenue warning from Apple Inc that cited slowing sales in China.
Most construction workers get paid through middlemen, says Sok Kean.
CIMB Bank Plc, recently named ‘Cambodia’s Best International Bank’ by banking and capital market magazine Asiamoney, expects its profit before tax (PBT) to grow some 40 percent to $14 million on the back of higher loans and deposits.
The area around Boeung Tamouk Lake to be built into a massive market.
In 2019 the Kingdom’s economy will grow at a rate of 7 percent, according to the nation’s Central Bank, who noted in its latest report that such growth may be weakened by a number of internal and external factors.
CSX continues to extend gains on the second day of trading in 2019.
Businesses in Britain’s dominant services sector reported the slowest sales growth.
This new style of renting is normally owned or leased by real estate companies.
Apple Inc on Wednesday took the rare step of cutting its quarterly sales forecast.
Local tour operators are complaining of a generalised drop in service quality.
Despite uncertainty caused by the July general elections, 2018 was an excellent year in terms of business performance for a number of key players in the local financial sector.
China’s leading real estate developers are expected to grow at a moderated pace.
Moon Jae-in vows to continue his government’s economic reform drive in 2019.
A proposal to develop and manage a theme park with GDV of $5.1 million has fizzled.
Demand for the pomelo grown in Kratie’s Koh Trong commune has spiked.
US companies have sent home over half a trillion dollars of cash they held overseas in 2018 to take advantage of tax changes.
Double taxation agreements with China, Brunei and Vietnam came into effect Tuesday with the New Year, with experts saying they will bolster trade and attract investment.
Britain’s transport minister defends a contract with a new company that owns no ships.
Ticket sales revenue at the Angkor Archaeological Park grew by 8 percent in 2018, a slowdown compared to 2017 when year-on-year revenue growth reached 72 percent.
Meng Yan notices that there are fewer advertisements on her WeChat moments.
The silk centre at the Royal University of Phnom Penh is ready for expansion.
Gambling revenue in Macau rose 14 percent in 2018.
Sihanoukville’s Prince IT Building, described by the developers as a centre for IT firms, was completed last week.
Brazil’s business community presses Bolsonaro to make good on campaign promises.
Britain appointed its first food waste chief reduce the millions of tonnes of food binned.
The Dara Sakor International Airport, in the southwestern province of Koh Kong, to be partially operational by the end of 2020.
It has been a busy year – from the EU announcement that it is considering revoking Cambodia’s Everything-but-arms (EBA) status to the issuance of the country’s first corporate bond, 2018 has been a rollercoaster in terms of trade and business developments.
Local exporters are not required to produce a certificate of origin (CO) at Cambodian customs if the document is not required by authorities in the destination country.
The UK’s edition of National Geographic Traveller includes Cambodia in its ‘Cool List’.
The Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) closes 2018 at an all-time high of 480.98 points, rising 40 percent year-on-year.