Cambodia and Turkey sign eight agreements, including education, culture and tourism.
Ministries will start conducting data surveys on the agriculture and fishery sectors.
Cambodia to host country for the 41st meeting of the Asean Ministers on Agriculture and Forestry (AMAF) in 2020.
The US-Asean Business Council wants more long-term economic ties with Cambodia.
A group of US agriculture firms is in Phnom Penh exploring investment opportunities.
The Agriculture Minister, Veng Sakhon urged officials to work harder in the implementation of the country’s new agriculture development policy.
At the Grow Asia Forum 2018 in Vietnam, over 170 senior leaders and decision-makers discuss the strategies for a modernised agricultural sector in the Asean region.
The Asean Business Advisory Council (Asean-BAC) has chosen Amru Rice Cambodia as the winner of the Golden Agrow Award.
With Chinese public and private investment in the Kingdom at an all-time high, Chinese businesspeople yesterday gathered in Phnom Penh to ask questions directly to high-ranking Cambodian officials.
The International Fund for Agriculture Development (Ifad) pledged $12.2 million in loans and grants to expand the Agriculture Services Programme for Innovation, Resilience and Extension (Aspire) for the year 2019.
Rural Development Bank to request an additional $50 million for agriculture.
As part of a deal signed between Cambodia and China, a group of officials from the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture has started a study on improving the modernisation of the local agricultural sector.
Thousands of Battambang’s rice paddies were destroyed by the recent floods – but neigh on three times as many suffer drought.
Zambian President calls for increased investment in agro-processing industries.
Agriculture ministers from G20 countries criticized protectionism in a joint statement.
Agriculture Minister says the programme to boost agricultural is successful.
S. Korea pledges to help Cambodia tackle the main issues affecting agriculture.
2018 would see production of over 5,000 tonnes of chemical-free vegetables.
Asian Development Bank’s approves a $90 million loan to help Cambodian agriculture.
The government is encouraging farmers to start planting a variety of fragrant rice known as ‘Sen Kro Ob’, which was named best rice in the Kingdom last year.
Leaders of CLMV pledge to strengthen cooperation in a number of priority sectors.
The Philippines is unlikely to become self-sufficient in rice production.
A Japan-led project for the local agriculture sector now under discussion aims to recycle rice husks to generate power in a bid to reduce the environmental footprint of the industry and provide additional revenue streams for agricultural communities.
A Hong Kong-based firm is eyeing imports of Cambodian soursop to produce juice, according to CEDAC.
The International Fund for Agriculture Development (Ifad) will disburse an additional $64 million in concessional loans to the Cambodian government to boost the local agriculture industry.
Bayer wins US approval for its planned takeover of Monsanto.
A Chinese laboratory pledged to aid the development of Cambodia’s agricultural sector.
Spatial information technology will be extended to the whole country, authorities say.
Vietnam-based company FLC Group will invest $1 billion in a number of projects.
The government will issue a standard for the type of mango known as ‘keo romeat’, a move that seeks to bolster sales abroad.