2019 is now over but can its legacy of a robust economy, and a generally good business climate be sustained?
Asia is the most dynamic and promising region in the world today, but it is also facing enormous risks and challenges due to internal diversity, complexity and external forces.
Miyao Masahiro shares his institution’s view on the Kingdom’s economy.
What are the top five trends in the global economy as revealed by the Global Competitiveness Index 4.0 in 2019 and what are the implications for policymakers?
South Korea’s central bank cuts its key interest rate to the lowest point in two years.
The current global struggle for identity reveals a weakness in our concept of democracy: Textbooks set out the assumption that good education is the basis for economic progress. Within a generation, so the story goes, better education will lead to a more developed economy.
October 1 marks the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China (PRC). The average age of Chinese people is 37 years old, which means they have accompanied China for 37 years.
Cambodia’s economy is expected to grow at 7 percent this year.
It’s fairly easy to talk down an entire economy, especially when the ugly “R” word — standing for a recession — is being used as frequently as it is today. On the other hand, closing ones eyes to the reality isn’t appropriate either.
Months of protests in Hong Kong have taken a major toll on the city’s economy.
Geopolitical powers are exerting greater might in the various spheres of influence to remodel an international environment that would be to their advantage.
Recently, some western media have been bad-mouthing China’s economy again, claiming that China’s economic downturn is irreversible. Is it really so?
Global trade tensions are sapping the strength of the world economy: IMF warns.
Vietnam’s economy has benefitted from a redirection of FDI from China due to a combination of rising wages in China, a shrinking domestic labour force and trade tensions.
A raft of new laws to boost the local economy is in the pipeline.
Bad, but not catastrophic — the most concise summary of the impact of international sanctions on North Korea’s economy. Understanding the reasons behind this assessment will explain why things are likely to remain this way for the foreseeable future.
ADB approves a $60 million loan to Cambodia to boost labor skills.
Premier Li Keqiang vows to further open up China’s economy during a meeting with CEOs of top global companies.
Turkey’s hopes of joining the European Union are fading, the bloc’s executive said yesterday, citing worsening conditions in the courts, prisons and economy.
The Cambodian economy expanded by 7.5%, according to World Bank.
Ministry of Commerce on Thursday launched the new version of the Cambodia Trade Integration Strategy (CTIS).
Cambodia’s economy will continue to experience robust growth, but will expand at a slower pace than last year.
Cambodia’s economy has shown a certain degree of resilience and tenacity in maintaining growth despite facing various political challenges from within and outside. Economic performance and output are the main sources of regime legitimacy.
Market observers are seeing more upside than expected in China’s economy.
Cambodia’s economy is projected to grow at 7 percent this year.
Trump says the Federal Reserve made a mistake by raising interest rates
Bilateral trade between Cambodia and Indonesia rose moderately, reaching $556 million in value, a 4 percent increase.
Cambodia has a vision to become an upper-middle-income country by 2030 and a high-income economy by 2050. Nonetheless, this vision has met many distractions both domestically and internationally.
China’s industrial firms post their worst slump in profits since late 2011.
The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is an ambitious international cooperation and connectivity project initiated by China in 2013. Cambodia is one of the staunchest supporters of the initiative with the expectation that BRI will contribute to peace and shared prosperity.