The Cambodia Business Insights and Trends 2020 sees leaders discussing future.
The head of Britain’s GCHQ call on businesses to work with intelligence officials.
China will take measures to reduce government-levied charges.
Businesses looking for contracts must do more for society, the UK government says.
City Hall urges the private sector to move their businesses in the city to Ring Road 3.
Africa’s ‘fragile’ states can be untapped.
Hong Kong unveils a less expansionary budget for fiscal year 2019/20.
For businesses that aim do good as well as make profit, growing up is hard to do,
Businesses test their emergency Brexit preparations in the event of a disorderly exit.
Sales by China’s retail businesses during the Lunar New Year holiday rose 8.5 percent.
In a bid to reduce costs for businesses and make Cambodian products more competitive, the government will eliminate several district-level agencies as well as Kampuchea Shipping Agency and Brokers, also known as Kamsab.
Businesses in Britain’s dominant services sector reported the slowest sales growth.
Brazil’s business community presses Bolsonaro to make good on campaign promises.
The first China International Import Expo kicks off in Shanghai.
The new trade deal ends legal protections for US businesses operating in Mexico.
Construction of the first ‘cluster zone’ for SMEs will not start for another few months.
City Hall on Friday issued a two-week deadline for all businesses in Phnom Penh to prominently advertise their services in the Khmer language instead of foreign ones by September 14.
The government on Friday highlighted the need for greater access to data to further the country’s development, urging the private sector to participate in public surveys.
In an interview with Khmer Times, Thourn Sinan, country director of the Hungarian Cambodian Trading House, discusses the achievements made in 2017.
Community conscious Taste of Phnom Penh organised a community evening event on December 8 and 9 at the Himawari Hotel Apartments.