Construction work for a massive, $200-million shopping centre, begins.
Land Management Ministry announces projects to increase safe spaces for pedestrians.
The Arena Convention and Exhibition, a two-day forum on the real estate sector in Cambodia and Asean, comes to a close.
Construction of two separate terminal buildings began at Pokhara international airport.
Labour Ministry appeals to all owners of construction sites to increase safety measures.
Construction of the Kingdom’s first-ever highway is confirmed to start in November.
Vietnam has 206 investment projects in Cambodia, with a total registered investment of $3.02 billion.
Construction of a much-awaited seaport in Kampot begins, with insiders saying the harbour will boost maritime transportation.
When it comes to property, it is hard to beat low prices and convenience, but it takes more than cheap dwelling and proximity to basic necessities to ensure an adequate quality of life.
Siam Cement Group, Thailand’s largest conglomerate, reports strong growth in its Cambodian operations.
Construction delays at two key Olympic venues could force Tokyo Games organisers into a reshuffle of test event schedules.
The Apsara Authority approves more than 500 construction and repair applications inside the Angkor Archaeological Park.
Government announces the creation of a national committee tasked with improving safety standards on construction sites.
Revenue at the General Department of Customs and Excise sees a dramatic rise in the first half of the year, growing by 27.8%.
South Korean investors are very interested in partnering up with local businesses.
The concrete casting for the Luang Prabang railway bridge is completed.
Construction work for the expansion of the Stung Hav International Seaport in Preah Sihanouk province has yet to begin.
A new cement factory in Battambang has begun construction of a concrete road.
Seventy construction workers in Bavet stage a protest after the labour agency that found them jobs failed to pay their salaries.
Southeast Asia is experiencing rapid urbanisation, and with it comes more and more people who are absorbed into the unregulated, informal sectors of the economy.
Work is to start today on the Chom Chao flyover, the sixth of its kind at the busy Chom Chao roundabout in Phnom Penh.
A Chinese-owned depot for furniture and construction materials open in Kandal.
More than 20 Borey Kuch Asia construction workers were injured when a truck overturned yesterday in Sihanoukville.
Tycoon Ho Chamroeun, a former Defence Ministry lieutenant general, has been charged with cheating two Chinese investors.
The government collected over $366 million from the construction from 2013 to 2017.
Thousands of constructions firms to attend the Intermat Asean expo in Bangkok.
Construction of Cambodia’s first-ever expressway is expected to start this year.
Cambodia has seen rapid development in transport infrastructure, energy, trade, investment, construction and real estate, and tourism in the last five years, officials and experts said.
A new cement factory valued at $230 million starts operations in Battambang.
Sky Mountain View Investment begins construction of a $109 million project.