Japan grants +$3 million to Cambodia for human resource development scholarship.
A grant agreement to expand the water supply system in Takhmao City, at a total cost of $32 million.
Kotaro Tanaka explains the mission of the government-to-government’s organisation.
Rehabilitation project is 90% complete.
A Sewerage System Dev. agreement.
Drafting a law that will properly regulate Cambodia’s ports is once again in motion.
The Japan International Cooperation Agency concludes a feasibility study on the AGT.
The expansion of the Kampot Water Works (KWW), funded by the people of Japan, will officially be officially opened on Tuesday, April 2, by the Prime Minister.
ក្រសួងសាធារណការ និងដឹកជញ្ជូនបានឱ្យដឹងថាអ្នកជំនាញចិននឹងធ្វើការសិក្សាពីលទ្ធភាពសម្រាប់គម្រោងសាងសង់ រថភ្លើងផ្លូវទោល (Monorail) នៅរាជធានីភ្នំពេញ។
ប្រព័ន្ធធនាគារ និងប្រាក់រៀល កំពុងទទួលបានការជឿទុកចិត្តពីប្រជាពលរដ្ឋ។
The annual conference was primarily created to gather all members and discuss the challenges, outputs and plans for the upcoming year.
A feasibility study on the construction of the Phnom Penh-Bavet Expressway, which will cost about $3.8 billion and play a key role towards connectivity with Vietnam, has been completed.
A Japanese firm briefs the public about modernisation for vehicle registration.
Farmers are advised to use water responsibly to avoid shortages in the dry season.
One of the largest real estate companies in China scouts the local market for investment.
Cambodia will have an automated gateway transit system ahead of 2023 – when the country is due to host the Southeast Asian Games.
The Ministry of Public Works to review input from industry insiders to draft laws to govern the growth of logistics infrastructure.
The Japan International Cooperation Agency plans to continue working to clean drainage pipes to reduce flooding.
Japan International Cooperation Agency begins drainage work on clogged systems.