China is an old and true friend of Cambodia. Bilateral cooperation has produced remarkable results especially after the signing of a comprehensive strategic partnership agreement in 2010.
China says Cambodia’s low sanitary stands in the way of achieving mutual trade goals.
An exhibition highlighting military cooperation with China in Phnom Penh.
Cambodia and China sign three agreements on mine clearing.
The Chinese military will continue its joint military exercise, dubbed Golden Dragon, with the Royal Cambodian Army next year.
An action plan to strengthen the prevention of human trafficking to China.
Try Pheap Group signs a cooperation agreement with China’s Guangxi Beibu Gulf.
Cambodia remains one of China’s key partners for its Belt and Road Initiative, which seeks exchanges of mutual understanding.
Cambodia will have to apply to China for the 30-day tourist visa waiver policy in Hainan.
The Cambodian and Chinese militaries are conducting live-fire drills.
A three-day China-Asean Expo-Cambodia Exhibition between March 30 and April 1 is to be organised in Phnom Penh.
The joint Cambodian-Chinese military exercise started on the morning of March 17.
3 helicopters, 8 armoured personnel carriers and other military stuff arrive from China.
A Chinese-Cambodian joint military exercise to be held in March 17 in Kampong Speu.
More than 20 leading companies from China are exploring investment and business opportunities in various sectors in Cambodia.
About 30 armoured personnel carriers from China will arrive in Cambodia next week.
China’s Defence provides local hospital with 24 kinds of medical equipment.
Cambodian companies should quote prices in the yuan for trade with Guangdong.
Hunty Co will export 100,000 tonnes of Cambodian fish and mangoes to China.
Cambodia announces plans to build a Cambodian cultural village in Beijing.
Defence Minister Tea Banh confirms that China is to provide the army with tanks and armoured personnel carriers.
The seaside city of Sihanoukville, the home to Cambodia’s only deep-sea port, has seen massive investment from China in the past few years.
Cambodia and China calle to adopt Code of Conduct in the South China Sea.
PM Hun Sen askes China to increase imports of Cambodian sugarcane.
The strengthening of China and Cambodia’s diplomatic and economic relations will have on the kingdom were all positive signs for Cambodia.
China is a major partner for Cambodia in the development of infrastructure, which is a key element to boost economic growth and to reduce poverty.
China will assist the Environment Ministry to improve water quality control.
Building bridges of friendship and cooperation in the Lancang-Mekong region and between China and Cambodia
Rivers have nurtured human life and civilisations through the ages.
Total exports to the Chinese market reached $634 million from January to November 2017, an 18 percent increase.
Cambodia and China commemorate their 60th anniversary of diplomatic ties this year amid rising domestic political uncertainties.