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.
Thitikorn Plc plans to inject $1.5 million into Suosdey Finance, its Cambodia subsidiary.
Nearly 100 vendors who sell outside Kralanh market in Siem Reap, blocked the road after the owner ordered them to move inside.
Vietnam celebrates its first-ever ranking as Southeast Asia’s hottest capital market.
Cambodia will have to wait a little longer to have an E-commerce Law.
The Chamber of Commerce aims to boost local usage of barcodes to protect the market against counterfeit products.
Australia’s four major banks could suffer a ratings downgrade.
The Camcontrol blocks the import of Bitter Almonds AB Apricot after French authorities found harmful substances.
Derivative trading continues to mature as traders become acquainted with the market.
Exports of rubber rose moderately during the first three months of the year.
Cambodia has set a target of modernising the agricultural sector to make it more competitive with high productivity.
Japanese carmaker Isuzu is planning to expand its presence in the kingdom after entering the market in June last year.
Boon Vasin’s latest $500 million venture is a bet on a market he knows well.
Police arrest a woman accused of killing her father after he stole $0.75 from her purse.
Chinese buyers of US ethanol will have to cut their imports because of new higher tariffs.
Asian stocks began the new quarter on Monday with modest gains.
Theresa May promises Britain bright prospects outside the European Union.
The government has decided to rebuild the Chbar Ampov market roof following an appeal from vendors.
A fire rips through 12 stalls at Kampong Pranak market in Preah Vihear province.
Vendors at Memot market protest, demanding market be transferred back under state control.
Organic vegetables, fruit, seafood and other local products can now be found in Kampot.