Cambodia is in the middle of a building boom, thanks to massive investments from China and the continuous growth of the country’s economy, which has grown by an average of 7 percent over the last several years.
China sets its 2018 economic growth target at “around 6.5%”, lower than the 6.9% increase registered last year.
The oil industry needs to quickly step up investment to meet rising demand.
Japanese students learning about the growth of the Kingdom’s sporting sector.
The Kingdom can no longer depend on the same old growth drivers to sustain its economy if it wants to move into higher value-added production and climb up the global value chain, writes Pheakdey Heng.
Japan Consumer Credit Service will open a subsidiary in Cambodia in March.
Cambodia’s GDP growth will equal seven% in 2018 and 2019, official says.
In January the price of Cambodian rubber overseas declined by 10%, going from $1,600 per ton in December to $1,444.
Japanese automakers to look beyond discounts to grow market share.
During the last five years, agricultural exports have grown on average 7% per year.
With years of austerity in their rear-view mirrors, the world’s biggest oil companies are locked in a beauty contest.
Exports of garments and footwear products will grow by five percent this year, with similar growth rates expected for the next five years.
Heineken announces its trading update, showing solid performance and growth.
Looking ahead, the economic outlook is positive, although significant challenges remain.
China will deepen economic and financial reforms and further open its markets.
Amid uncertainty over Trump’s growth agenda, US economists are worried about risks.
China posted a flurry of disappointing data suggesting the economy is losing momentum.
China’s manufacturing sector cools as foreign demand for Chinese goods slacken, but infrastructure push keeps construction moving.
Twitter heads toward quarterly earnings report with stock that has risen over 40 percent.
On a quarterly basis, growth picked up to 1.7 percent from 1.3 percent in the first quarter.
Siem Reap has seen rapid development, but growth is not resulting in support for CPP.