A ‘Free and Open Indo-Pacific’ (FOIP) seems to be a work in progress and it is still not clear how much support it could garner from Asean member states.
Culture Ministry to ease for local and foreign production houses to filming in Cambodia.
All Firms are called to join company efficiency competitions that will be held in October.
By relying on a broad and seemingly baseless national security exception, in its trade action against China,
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was set to announce a series of investment initiatives in Asia, focusing on digital economy.
With Cambodia’s fast economic and social growth, it’s not anymore surprising to see big and tall buildings sprouting everywhere.
Using the conventional poverty rate as an indicator to measure Cambodia’s economic success will soon be obsolete, argues Sim Vireak.
The danger now is that a negative feedback loop between economies and markets will take hold.
The International Monetary Fund warns of trade tariffs would harm global growth.
The idea of a relaunch of the East Asian Economic Caucus could inflame some in the United States, but it could augur well for Southeast Asia, which is in need of a boost.
The survival of North Korea is highly dependent on the success of its socialist policy.
The Tunisian parliament has approved a law to combat illicit enrichment.
An increasing number of Japanese companies are starting to convert their positive attitude toward the Belt and Road initiative into practical steps.
China says its economic growth slowed slightly in the second quarter.
A strategy to monitor whether cryptocurrencies pose a threat to economic stability.
Cambodia’s foreign policy strategy has been chiefly shaped and driven by “economic pragmatism,” meaning the alignment of foreign policy with economic development interests.
The National Bank says the country’s real economic growth will average 7% this year.
South Korean investors are very interested in partnering up with local businesses.
Japanese Ambassador to Cambodia Hidehisa Horinouchi sat down with Khmer Times to discuss his country’s continued support of the Kingdom.
The ongoing South China Sea (SCS) conflict is nerve-racking.
The trade war between China and the US began on July 6. China announced that its countermeasures against US protectionist tariffs took effect at noon.
The National Bank and the Bank of Korea sign a joint-research agreement for the development of the economic and financial system in Cambodia.
Chinese Premier arrives Germany for the fifth round of China-Germany consultations.
The government releases a report high-lighting its biggest economic achievements in the last 20 years.
Australia’s Senate on Thursday approved a package of new laws aimed at “preventing espionage and foreign interference”.
A master plan to accommodate a growing population and economic growth is finalised.
President Hassan Rouhani promises Iranians the government would be able to handle the economic pressure of new US sanctions.
A Yunnan official says that Cambodia and the province have enjoyed many benefits through current policies.
Confidence among German investors slumps to its lowest level since September 2012 in a closely-watched monthly barometer.
Climate change will continue to impact economic performance.