Hong Kong Stock Exchange-listed Green Leader Holding Group Limited will build 20 factories throughout Cambodia.
The price per kilogram of cassava exports from Cambodia has this year increased mainly due to rising demand from neighbouring Thailand.
A new partnership aims to improve the livelihoods of local cassava farmers.
The cassava mosaic virus, is now present in at least five provinces in the country.
Ten agricultural communities in three provinces will now produce organic cassava.
A forum on contract farming held in Kratie sought to raise awareness among farmers.
The government officially launches its new strategy for the cassava industry.
Thailand wants to form a coalition with Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam, all cassava-producing nations, to guarantee a stable price.
Cambodia is considering using a newly developed Thai seed to fight the mosaic virus.
Thailand to ban cassava imports from Cambodia over reports of finding mosaic virus.
Ratanakkiri’s first cassava-processing plant will operate starting next month.
Demand for Cambodian cashew nuts remains robust in 2018.
A piece of King Jayavarman V’s royal directive has been handed over to authorities.
A MoU with the UN Development Program to develop Cambodia’s cassava industry.
Green Leader officially broke ground on the first cassava processing factory in the Snoul.
A Cambodian-Thai working group to tackle agriculture export issues.
Green Leader announces construction of its first cassava-processing factory in Cambodia.
Cambodian Agriculture Cooperation is processing paddy from 27 partner.
The Ministry of Agriculture is prioritising the creation of agricultural communities throughout the nation.
A group of 14 families have filed a complaint seeking compensation.