The restoration of US’s Generalized System of Preferences programme becomes effective on Sunday.
Over 3,500 companies registered with the Ministry of Commerce during the first three months of the year.
South Korea’s preparations for its first summit with the North are in full swing.
Cambodia’s three main international airports welcomed about three million passengers in the first quarter of the year.
The economy will grow at a rate of 6.9 percent in 2018, according to the latest report from the World Bank.
The economy outlook for 2018 is marked by robust export growth, strong foreign investment, and buoyant domestic demand.
Demand for Cambodian cashew nuts remains robust in 2018.
King Norodom Sihamoni praises the government for achieving economic growth.
Visa aims to expand its electronic payments in Cambodia, seeing the country’s economic growth as a chance to expand.
Abenomics has successfully raised both growth and inflation for Japan, while challenges remain in sustaining the strong performance in the medium-term.
Cambodia and Laos agree to increase trade cooperation as trade between the countries shows no sign of growth.
Cambodia and Turkey have pledged to boost trade between the countries to half a billion dollars by 2020.
Acleda Bank, one of the biggest commercial banks in Cambodia, says it will focus on loans for small and medium enterprises.
The ICT Innovation Centre (IIC) project broke ground on Friday and will take 18 months to complete.
Inclusive and open regionalism has been the driving force for growth in the region and the Greater Mekong Subregion countries must endeavour to ensure that regional initiatives benefit all the GMS member states.
The Trump administration seems set on pursuing a destructive protectionist path with the threat of broader US tariffs.
Theresa May promises Britain bright prospects outside the European Union.
Gross premiums in the insurance industry reached $142.9 million last year.
At the upcoming summit of the Mekong River Commission, Cambodia will facilitate important discussions with other MRC member countries and high-level officials from China and Myanmar, writes Lim Kean Hor.
Agriculture plays a crucial contribution to economic growth, but a dramatically slowdown in the last 5 years has led to concern.