Promising steps have been taken to improve the business and investment environment in the Kingdom through a package of reforms. But Chheang Vannarith cautions against being complacent and urges the private sector and civil society to continuously deepen their engagement with the government to ensure that reforms deliver results.
Chinese Premier calls on New Zealand to ensure a fair investment environment.
China’s Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Kong Xuanyou on Friday defended his government’s investment policy in Cambodia, refuting claims that China’s financial assistance comes with strings attached.
Prime Minister Hun Sen and his South Korean counterpart, President Moon Jae-in, on Friday agreed to work together to boost trade and investment between the two nations.
Cambodia and South Korea signed agreements to further cooperation in various sectors including public health, human resource development, transportation, energy, infrastructure, technology, trade, and investment on Friday March 15.
The government agrees to a Japanese initiative for smart cities in the Kingdom.
No worries about losing sovereignty due to the Chinese investment, says official.
Asean-Hong Kong investment in Myanmar.
Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City’s licensed foreign investors invested $6 billion into the city.
The government is gathering input from the private sector and development partners to amend the country’s Investment Law and make the country a more attractive destination for foreign investment.
$20 billion Saudi-Pakistan investment.
OTK Royal One, a subsidiary of local conglomerate Royal Group, started construction yesterday of Royal One, a twin-building project with an investment capital of $230 million.
US and Indian government officials pressed on with talks to resolve their differences.
Britain’s economy slowed sharply in late 2018, the weakest in six years.
Maritime Tower, a $30-million office building, broke ground yesterday in Phnom Penh’s Hun Sen Boulevard.
London remained the top destination in Europe for technology investment in 2018, with nearly double the amount in Berlin.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday praised his administration for bringing political and social stability to the Kingdom, improving the business climate and turning the country into an attractive investment destination.
According to real estate investment company JLL, the value of investable commercial property worldwide will hit US$65 trillion by 2020. Nearly a third of that, it stated in a recent report, will be in the Asia Pacific region.
The Ministry of Land Management this week reported a 19 percent drop in the number of approved construction projects for 2018, with only 2,867 projects being greenlighted, compared to 3,052 last year.
The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), which is the new acronym for the earlier botched Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), might pose serious problems for Asean countries that are signing up to this major trade and investment deal.
Cambodia’s upcoming cut in electricity costs will likely lower manufacturing costs.
China hopes Britain’s exit from the EU can happen in an orderly way and that the bloc will reduce hurdles to Chinese investment.
Overall, China’s government and companies are still on a learning curve. The strong backlash against the BRI is leading them to reflect on their business and investment practices, both at home and abroad.
PM reminds of rejection of a Titanium mining investment to save wildlife in Koh Kong.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Saturday said that he has denied a proposed titanium investment worth of $20 billion in Koh Kong province because it could wipe out forest and wildlife.
Commerce Minister seeks $5 billion bilateral trade target with Vietnam.
The Ministry of Land Management urged foreign investors to increase investment in Cambodia’s real estate sector to take advantage of the country’s healthy economic progress which has sparked real sector growth altogether.
Investment to tackle climate change is increasing around the world but remains far too low to limit global warming and avoid its most harmful consequences, as governments have committed to do, analysts said on Tuesday.
Deepening tax cooperation is conducive to trade and investment liberalisation, where it is able to build a growth-friendly tax environment to shape a fair, modern and transparent international tax system.
The Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC) has approved 170 investment projects during the first nine months of the year, 25 more projects than during the same period last year.