Construction of a model market in the border with Vietnam to be finished by April.
City Hall denied that Derm Kor Market will be relocated to the outskirts of Phnom Penh, after the government unveiled a project to develop a market, complete with taxi stands, for vegetables and fruits on a 20 hectare plot near Boeung Tamouk Lake.
The area around Boeung Tamouk Lake to be built into a massive market.
Cambodia has adopted an open, liberal market economy since mid-1990s with technical and financial support from various development partners, bilaterally and multilaterally.
Taiwanese and Cambodian investors announce a new residential housing in Takhmao.
Battambang is better known as the last bastion of colonial architecture in Cambodia.
Official warns of action against land dealers who sell unregistered plots.
Starbucks is planning an organizational restructuring including leadership changes, according to a memo from Kevin Johnson.
Heifer and Khmer Organic agreement to give 35,000 farmer greater market access.
City Hall denied accusations made by Doeum Kor market vendors that the market will go to the private sector for development.
As startups are starting to gain so much attention from the community and many young people are starting to take part in different entrepreneurial endeavours, it is understandable that the market has gone much more competitive in the recent years.
A fire rips through several Cambodian-run stalls at the Rong Kluea market.
The governments of Cambodia and China sign a deal that allows the shipment of Cambodian bananas to the biggest market in the world.
Nutridor, a dairy products manufacturer, has joined forces with the Cambodian branch of Swiss firm DKSH to expand its share of the local market.
Chinese Yisheng Biopharma chooses Cambodia as the first country to expand business.
Tunisia joins the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA).
Cambodia sends a goodwill mission to EU to keep the Kingdom’s current trade status.
Beijing has a more immediate worry – jitters that could fuel anger at government policy.
The gross market value of China’s media industry is expected to reach 460$ billion.
Richard Bates, CEO of AIA Cambodia, the largest life insurer in Asia, talks to Khmer Times.
The Cambodian government ear marked another $30 million per annum from the tax on gasoline to counteract the current price hike.
The local stock exchange registers its highest volume of trading activity in its history during a five-day period that ended Wednesday.
Agriculture Minister urges his subordinates to be on a lookout for unregulated fertiliser.
Flea market app Mercari soars as it debuted on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Mercari’s app allows users to buy and sell from each other.
The event is highlighted by the MoU between CDX and JFX for further collaboration.
The Securities Exchange Commission of Cambodia announces a raft of new licenses related to collective investment schemes.
SolarHome, a Singapore-based solar energy company, plans to enter the Cambodian market this year, introducing the Pay-As-You-Go (PAYG) model for off-grid households in the Kingdom.
The International Fund for Agriculture Development (Ifad) will disburse an additional $64 million in concessional loans to the Cambodian government to boost the local agriculture industry.
Should the media, such as a newspaper group, try its best to be socially responsible, in the same way as a corporate body? Danapal Govindasamy tries to answer this question.