A new conference to be held in Phnom Penh next month aims to raise public awareness on food safety and raise quality standards across every stage of the food supply chain.
Farmers, traders and relevant stakeholders can now find updated information on agricultural and commodity prices and other information related to agriculture with the Agricultural Market Information Service website (AMIS) accessible through the Ministry of Agriculture’s main portal.
Chinese police crack down on crimes relating to fake or poor-quality food and drugs.
Heifer and Khmer Organic agreement to give 35,000 farmer greater market access.
Amru Rice is now studying the possibility of diversifying into durian production.
Agriculture Minister meets with 210 students, who are prepared to be sent to Israel this month to complete agricultural internships.
The Royal Academy of Cambodia (RAC) is partnering up with e-commerce experts from Yunnan, in Southern China, to enhance online sales of Cambodian agricultural products.
Nine communities in Kampong Thom join the Boosting Food Projection Programme.
Cambodia will use the upcoming Asean-China trade fair to promote the country’s main agricultural products in the Chinese market and boost trade with the East Asian giant, a local official said.
India will set up a digital village in Cambodia, says the Indian Ambassador.
Commerce Minister urges a Hunan-based company to invest in the agricultural sector.
Myanmar’s Union Parliament is discussing to seek approval for loans of 30 million euros from Italy.
Ten agricultural communities in three provinces will now produce organic cassava.
Q&A with Dr Kim Yong Hwan, the director of the Korea Programme on International Agriculture (Kopia), a project that has enabled the development of Cambodia’s first hybrid silkworm and maize varieties.
The Rural Development Bank (RDB) says it discussed with the World Bank the implementation of a $100-million, country-wide agricultural diversification programme.
After four years of research, Cambodian scientists have created the country’s first variety of hybrid corn.
Lee Hyuk, secretary general of the Asean-Korea Center, sits down with Khmer Times’ Chea Vannak to discuss business and diplomatic ties between South Korea and Cambodia.
The National Bank says the country’s real economic growth will average 7% this year.
Two new rice-storing facilities in Battambang are officially launched.
The Ministry of Economy and Finance yesterday launched a new $2-million fund to increase small farmers’ access to credit.
The German Cooperative and Raiffeisen Confederation to continue for 3 more years.
Striking truckers in Brazil disrupted supplies and exports from one of the world’s agricultural powerhouses, triggering the premature slaughter of millions of chickens as feed failed to reach farmers.
Thailand on Thursday pledged to assist Cambodia in identifying and delimiting high potential agricultural land in the Kingdom, further strengthening cooperation in the sector between the two Asean neighbours.
High-ranking officials from the Greater Mekong Subregion convene to discuss regional cooperation in agricultural trade.
The Ministry of Agriculture on Wednesday issued a new statement directing agricultural departments in every province to monitor herbicide-selling businesses and guide farmers on the proper use of the substance.
A group of farmers will travel to South Korea to study agricultural techniques.
A South Korean delegation organises a workshop on food processing in Phnom Penh.
An agricultural chemicals production and packaging facility in Takhmao city has been shut down and its owner detained after officials said the illegal operation could harm the environment and the health of people nearby.
China has pledged to buy more US goods to reduce America’s huge trade deficit.
Mixed forces crack down on about 10 tonnes of prohibited agricultural chemicals.