Franchise businesses are viable investments in Cambodia as disposable income rises in tandem with Cambodia’s economic growth, but with the absence of laws governing this business segment, investors are urged to draw up watertight contracts.
French growth is set to slow close to a standstill in the final quarter.
China reports far weaker than expected November exports and imports.
Norwegian Air struggled to fill its aircraft as capacity growth far outpaced demand.
Investors in Southeast Asia are bracing for the potential impact of a recession in the US even as the world’s largest economy nears its longest stretch of growth in history.
Ramaphosa calls on the BRICS countries to work to improve economic growth.
Newa Insurance is officially launched, joining Cambodia’s fledgling insurance sector.
For more than a decade, Cambodia has had excellent trade ties with the EU, registering some 5.8 billion euros ($6.56 billion) worth of exports in 2017, compared with a mere 837 million euros ($947 million) in 2007.
The rules-based multilateral trading system, with the World Trade Organization (the WTO) at its core, is the cornerstone of economic globalisation and free trade.
Standard & Poor’s revises the BICRA economic risk trend for Cambodia to stable.
Henan auto sales dropped 18% in October after a 25 percent drop the month before.
UnionPay reveals that Cambodia is the market in SEA where it is growing the fastest.
China’s economic growth is expected to hit 6.6 percent this year and slow to 6.3 percent in 2019.
Germany’s forecast for growth of 1.8% this year is no longer achievable.
The dollar surges to nearly 17-month highs against a basket of major currencies, with global growth worry and rising political risk.
Most economic forecasts suggest that a recession in China will hurt everyone, but that the pain would be more regionally confined than would be the case for a deep recession in the United States. Unfortunately, that may be wishful thinking argues Kenneth Rogoff.
Moody’s Investors Service retains B2 sovereign rating with a “stable” outlook.
Economy Ministry defends a proposed increase in next year’s national budget, saying it is in line with the nation’s economic growth.
The speedy development of Cambodia’s real estate sector has been a key factor in the country’s constant GDP growth of around 7%. Indeed, growth has hovered at this level for nearly a decade.
Trump touts US economic growth in rallies with Republican candidates before elections.