JICA sells all its shares in Sihanoukville Autonomous Port to Japanese firm Kamigumi.
After three years, a Japanese-funded water treatment facility in Kampot province is set to begin operations.
The Kingdom’s dollarised economy thus far has not hindered overall economic growth and the development of the financial sector, as proven in the findings of surveys by the National Bank of Cambodia (NBC) and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).
It was a day for Japanese in Cambodia to say “akemashite-omedetou-gozaimasu” or “Happy New Year” to each other.
The Japan Cooperation Agency holds a series of tax seminars in universities.
Electronic data interchange to be enabled in Cambodia’s main ports by April 2021.
The Mekong River Commission and the Japan International Cooperation Agency launch a joint study on forest conservation.
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has recently supported a project from Hanamaru Lab, Inc. to give tablets to selected primary schools in Cambodia and encourage the usage of a new Mathematics learning app called Think!Think!.
Transport Ministry to improve the automobile inspection and registration system.
Contract with three foreign companies to expand Phnom Penh’s energy transmission.
Senior government officials say that Cambodia needs about 35,000 engineers.
Japan is committed to help Cambodia’s urban populations gain access to a safe water.
The kingdom’s first wastewater treatment plant will be built in Dangkor district.
Japan will provide $168 million in development aid to Cambodia in 2018.
The Japan International Cooperation Agency signs agreement with the Institute of Technology to strengthen engineering.
The Chroy Changva Bridge will be temporarily closed for 21 months starting in early October to repair it at a cost of about $33 million.
City buses seem to be the Phnom Penh Municipal Council’s answer to beating the city’s chronic traffic congestion.