Cambodia’s economic growth is projected to stay robust with 7 percent in 2019 due to strong economic performance last year, according to Asian Development Bank.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday lauded the government’s success in developing the economy and securing a 99.3 percent employment rate for the Kingdom’s 10 million-strong labour force.
Efforts to deconcentrate centralised power structures, in the form of government-linked corporations (GLCs), and break up state monopolies are central to reinvigorating the Malaysian economy.
Minister says Cambodia will benefit greatly when it hosts the 2020 ASEM.
Economic success at home will define Cambodia’s role and leverage abroad. Therefore, foreign economic diplomacy is regarded as the key pillar of Cambodia’s foreign policy.
A state cannot fully develop socially, economically and politically if there is the no peace. In Asia, different conflicts – for varied reasons and end goals – have become a huge hindrance to attaining total peace.
Hong Kong unveils a less expansionary budget for fiscal year 2019/20.
General-Secretary of the Communist Party and President of Vietnam, Nguyen Phu Trong, started a two-day state visit to Cambodia yesterday with the aim to further enhance the traditional friendship and strategic partnership between two nations.
Vietnam’s President Nguyen Phu Trong, who is also general-secretary of the ruling Communist Party, is on an official state visit to Cambodia today. Economic relations will continue to be a driving force to create a solid foundation in relations between both countries.
If international sanctions on North Korea are not removed, economic ties between Cambodia and North Korea will remain miniscule, which in turn affects the overall bilateral relationship.
Britain’s economy slowed sharply in late 2018, the weakest in six years.
If they are managed effectively, minilaterals can well complement the Asean community building process.
The American Chamber of Commerce in Cambodia hosted a networking and discussion event to address the role of the members of the parliament in the Kingdom’s sustainable economic growth.
Syria signs a long-term economic cooperation deal with Iran.
Aung San Suu Kyi urges global investors to put their money into Myanmar.
China’s economy weakened visibly during the fourth quarter of 2018.
It is inarguable that high qua-lity research is one of the core elements for developing countries to create feasible and highly effective strategies towards economic, educatio-nal, environmental and social prosperity.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday marked 34 years in power by pledging to push for economic revival and vowing to not let anyone die of starvation so long as he stays in power.
Hedge fund positions in diesel is falling to a a sharp slowdown in economic growth.
Education is one of the most significant parts of one’s life. Everyone needs to be educated regardless of his or her social status or gender.
The belief that economic development is the best way to improve our health status could well be a blunder of our world leaders of this century until recently.
The southwestern Cambodian province of Koh Kong may be lagging behind the other three coastal provinces in terms of economic development, but local authorities are steadfast in their resolution to push investment on infrastructure, accommodation and eco-tourism to catch up.
Laos has not fully benefited from the recent regional economic integration.
The good economic news continued for Japan in 2018 despite a temporary, natural disaster-induced third-quarter downturn. Nonetheless, domestic and foreign policy developments were more challenging in the year for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Cambodia adopts its first Industrial Development Policy (IDP) in 2015 as a guide to promote the country’s industrial development that will help maintain sustainable and inclusive high economic growth.
Cambodia is now one step closer to finalising its next productivity strategy, with a study on the first stage of its development published yesterday.
Just under ten years ago, the International Commission on the Measurement of Economic Performance and Social Progress issued its report, Mismeasuring Our Lives: Why GDP Doesn’t Add Up. The title summed it up: GDP is not a good measure of wellbeing.
Lighthizer warns of new tariffs unless trade talks wrap up successfully by March 1.
China and Cuba have signed two agreements to promote economic cooperation.
Ramaphosa calls on the BRICS countries to work to improve economic growth.