Macau’s leading junket operator Suncity Group, a company listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, has entered into a partnership with locally-registered firm Golden Sun Sky to provide consultancy services in the construction of a resort in Sihanoukville.
Cambodian manufacturers are called to participate in Hong Kong October Show.
Banks and firms are lining up to get a piece of Hong Kong’s business banking market.
3 bitcoin mining equipment makers plan to raise billions with initial public offerings.
A new partnership aims to improve the livelihoods of local cassava farmers.
China Tower shares closed flat on their debut in Hong Kong, with Sino-US trade tensions escalating.
Hundreds of Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters rally against bann a political party.
ABA Bank is on the “right track” after winning the ‘Best Bank in Cambodia’ award.
Police in Hong Kong sought to ban a political party which promotes independence.
A forum on contract farming held in Kratie sought to raise awareness among farmers.
Chinese smartphone giant Xiaomi falls on its Hong Kong stock debut.
Hong Kong officials encourage youngsters to consider living across the mainland China.
Thousands of Hong Kong people protest against Beijing’s tightening grip over the city.
Wah Sun Handbags reports a 3% revenue increase and wider gross profit margins.
Tonino Lamborghini Hotels is beginning its expansion beyond mainland China.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi kicked off its initial public offering.
As the world awaits the historic summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un, one man who has risen to prominence for his impressions of the North Korean leader is preparing for his own appearance in Singapore.
A Hong Kong-based firm is eyeing imports of Cambodian soursop to produce juice, according to CEDAC.
It was a day Alvin Chan and his partner C.P. So had never imagined possible – tying the knot in front of cheering family and friends in Hong Kong.
US criticizes the Civil Aviation Administration of China’s demand that foreign airlines remove references on their websites or in other material suggesting Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao as “countries”.