The IMF lowers its global growth forecast for 2019 to 3 percent.
Regional and global challenges to affect Cambodia’s growth: World Bank report.
Climate change will slow down Cambodia’s economic growth progressively: reports.
Moody’s Investors Service Inc today maintained the stable outlook on Cambodia.
ADB regards the continued buildup of credit in Cambodia real estate as a risk.
In the past years, under the leadership of Prime Minister Hun Sen, Cambodia has made tremendous progress in economic and social development. Annual GDP growth has remained above 7% growth for many years, and poverty rate now is below 10%.
Cambodia’s economy is expected to grow at 7 percent this year.
Mobile phone penetration reaches 25.05 million according to a report.
Experts say growth makes Cambodia one of the best places to invest in a hotel.
Singapore slashes its full-year economic growth forecast.
In our July update of the World Economic Outlook we are revising downward our projection for global growth to 3.2 percent in 2019 and 3.5 percent in 2020.
Since its return to a market-oriented economy in 1989, Cambodia has pursued policies and reforms to integrate itself into regional and global value chains by modernising its industrial structure.
NBC says growth remains robust so far this year and forecast that gross domestic product will expand by 7.1% in 2019.
The government projects a slowdown in economic growth next year.
NA president tells government officials to expedite internal administrative reforms.
Growth in export-reliant Singapore suffers a surprise sharp contraction.
China’s growth slows to its weakest pace in almost three decades.
According to the Federation of Association for Small and Medium Enterprises of Cambodia, SMEs account for less than 10% of Cambodia’s exports. If we look at the range of consumer products available in the domestic market, we also see a glaring absence of locally manufactured products.
The int’l community is calling for joint efforts to help maintain global growth.
Siemens pledges to expand its investment in Cambodia as a result of the country’s impressive economic growth.
With what appears to be an urgent desire for tailored life-insurance solutions that can help Cambodians create a financial cushion in their old age, AIA Cambodia has proposed a new arrangement for its flagship policy, AIA សម្រាប់ជីវិត (Samrab Chivit), to reflect this need.
Japan’s economy grew slightly faster than initially thought in the first quarter, due partly to better-than-expected corporate investment.
China’s exports unexpectedly returned to growth in May despite higher US tariffs.
India recently lost out on the distinction of being the world’s fastest-growing major economy after it grew at 5.8%, which is slower than the 6.4% growth registered by China.
The Embassy of Sweden in Cambodia marked the Swedish National Day on June 5 at the Raffles Hotel Le Royal under the theme “Effective social dialogue for decent work and sustainable inclusive economic growth”.
Three of the five companies publicly listed in Cambodia reported significant growth.
Amidst the fast-evolving multipolar world order, Cambodia’s foreign policy is purportedly encountered with either challenges or opportunities which requires foreign policy makers to strike a good balance and maneuver a flexibly diplomatic statecraft.
The World Bank’s latest report shows that the estimated growth rate for Cambodia in 2018 was 7.5 percent- it was the highest growth in the past four years.
One does not usually think of Vietnam as an economic power. Yet, over the past decade, Vietnam’s annual GDP growth rate has been on the rise, fluctuating between 6-8% in the past year.
China reported surprisingly weaker growth in retail sales and industrial output for April.