An inter-ministry committee is set to work on compiling a draft on frameworks for its digital economy and digital government policies.
China’s data centres are on track to guzzle more electricity than all of Australia.
Tech sector in Cambodia has been booming in recent years.
Techo Startup Centre launched to support young entrepreneurs and aid plans to transform Cambodia into a digital economy.
The questions of what benefits China’s Digital Silk Road architecture will bring to Cambodia and what Cambodia needs to do to take full advantages of it are central to the understanding of the management and governance of a digital economy.
Government will create $5-million annual fund to strengthen the tech startup scene in the country says PM.
Cambodia is now laying the foundations of a successful digital economy but more needs to be done to ensure the Kingdom is not left behind in a world where technology plays an increasingly important role, Cambodia’s deputy prime minister said yesterday.
To reflect the vision of the government to transform the country into digital economy, Cambodia celebrated the first and largest ICT Expo on March 15 and 16 at the Diamond Island Convention and Exhibition Center.
As part of plans to adapt to technological trends, the government announced last week the construction of a centre inside one of the nation’s leading universities that will focus on the skills young tech entrepreneurs need to succeed in the digital economy.
The government is considering imposing taxes on companies’ digital revenue as a way of increasing public coffers by capitalising on the rapidly expanding digital commerce sector.
China’s state planner yesterday called for further advancement in the country’s $3.8 trillion digital economy.
Commerce Ministry holds a forum on entrepreneurship in the digital age.
Cambodia aims to have transitioned into a predominantly digital economy by 2023.
The EU will seek to break down barriers to the flow of data between businesses.
ABA partners with Smart to offer customers a link between ABA accounts and SmartLuy.
After months of thorough research and examination, the $5 million venture capital fund for Cambodian-based digital service companies and start-ups is set to announce its first recipients in the coming weeks.