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.
North Korea’s top three military officials have been removed from their posts, a senior US official said on Sunday, a move analysts said could support efforts by the North’s young leader to jump-start economic development and engage with the outside world.
Cambodia officially launches the National Summary Data Page, a portal that publishes essential macroeconomic data.
Cambodia and Thailand agree to boost cooperation in tourism to bring more tourists.
Colombia is set to become the 37th member of the OECD.
Foreign Affairs Minister to co-chair the 16th Cambodia-Vietnam Joint Commission.
Will China soon be the world’s leading economic and geopolitical power? Has it achieved this status already, as some suppose? And if the answer to either question is yes, what are the global implications for the future of democracy?
The Council of Ministers approves an amendment of the Law on Nationality.
Rating agency Moody renewed Cambodia’s B2 credit rating, a decision based on the kingdom’s stable outlook.
Shinzo Abe hails cooperation with the United Arab Emirates as a “strategic relationship”.
Australia’s four major banks could suffer a ratings downgrade.
PM says the economic situation looks promising after the dissolution of the CNRP.
Cambodia remains one of China’s key partners for its Belt and Road Initiative, which seeks exchanges of mutual understanding.
Phnom Penh SEZ announces plans to diversify its revenue after revealing less-than-satisfactory financial results for 2017.
Israel marked 70 years since the country’s creation celebrating its economic success.
Raymond Robertson is a professor and holder of the Helen and Roy Ryu Chair in Economics at the Bush School of Government.
Over 100 businesswomen gather to participate in the third iteration of ‘SHE Conference’.
The National Bank of Cambodia and the People’s Bank of China officially launch yuan-riel exchange at the China-Asean expo.
Japan is posting its longest economic expansion in over a decade on the back of a pickup in household and company spending.