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.
Green Leader Holdings Group signs a memorandum of understanding to invest in local cassava plantations and set up 20 plants to process cassava starch for export.
An anti-tank mine exploded under a machine in a cassava plantation.
Agriculture Minister meets visiting US professors W. Ronnie Coffman and Max J. Pfeffer from Cornell University to discuss cooperation in a new project.
Chinese food-processing companies are scouring the local market for investment.
With demand for Cambodian cassava on the rise abroad, the government calls to up their stakes in the nation’s cassava industry.
According to local cassava associations, the price of the commodity is significantly higher than in previous years due to heightened demand in foreign markets.
Veng Sakhon, the Minister of Agriculture, says the government will promote contract farming to boost cassava production.
Government officials call for more private investment in cassava production, arguing it will help boost and diversify Cambodian exports.
Cambodia seeks Vietnamese investment to build factories that can process rubber and cassava.
The Ministry of Agriculture is alerting cassava farmers, traders, and importers about a new virus attacking cassava.
Cambodia will hold a cassava forum to strengthen cassava products.