The Ministry of Public Works and Transport lauded the progress of infrastructure construction in Cambodia last year, highlighting how projects went on as scheduled despite the pandemic.
Ministry lauds the progress of infrastructure construction in Cambodia last year.
Cambodia prioritises the development of its telecommunications infrastructure.
New engineering course is planned for public works and transportation technical skills.
Super high-speed 5G technology is ready to roll out across Cambodia.
Agreements signed to develop rural infrastructure in the central plain of Cambodia.
PM orders assessing flood-damaged infrastructure across the Kingdom.
Suga says Japan is committed to developing infrastructure in five Asean countries.
Traditional handicaps remain priorities if the country is to boost its regional trade.
Cambodia needs to increase its volume of exports and also to narrow its trade deficit.
PM approves a $150 million budget to develop a 38-road infrastructure in Siem Reap.
Lack of supportive infrastructure and funding are barriers to develop the sector: Sakhon.
Recent slowdowns in economic activity caused widespread cuts in both public and private spending in the Kingdom.
The government has issued a prakas (directive) on controlling and managing the use of construction mining resources.
Transport Ministry and Siem Reap authorities have been studying the infrastructure development projects of 38 main roads.
Health Minister: Gov’t to continue to develop its health infrastructure in rural areas.
The new infrastructure is not a simple way to boost investment, but rather to help the conventional industries realise digital and intelligent transformation as soon as possible.
Irrigation infrastructures are lacking, prompting a need for development.
The development of tourism in Mondulkiri province will require continued investments.
Pestech is collecting a monthly income of US$2.3 million to US$2.4 million.
Huawei reconfirms its commitment in the improvement of telecom infrastructures.
MIGA to support refinancing the existing power transmission infrastructure in Capital.
Ministry increases efforts to develop irrigation systems along border areas.
Nearly $400,000 in Japanese aid to construct schools and infrastructure in 4 provinces.
Because there is only one line for crossing there has been serious congestion.
Emphasis based on infrastructure, human resources development and good governance
Japan is continuing to support the Kingdom’s infrastructure development.
According to the ministry’s plan, in 2020 a total of 3.35 trillion yuan of government bonds will be sold to fund a plethora of key projects.
The government is spending $294 million in an ambitious project to restore and expand more than 30 roads in Sihanoukville.
On Sept 27, 2019, the European Union and Japan launched the Europan Uniom–Japan partnership on sustainable connectivity and quality infrastructure.