WHILE the stream of tourists squeeze through the cramped aisles of Phnom Penh markets attempting to haggle for the best prices, the merchants selling their goods are keeping an eye out.
Harvesting season starts for one of Southeast Asia’s most iconic fruits: the durian.
Fast-food giant McDonald’s reported higher first-quarter earnings.
More than 12 tonnes of fish in Kampong Chhnang have died due to the hot weather.
Twitter reported its second profitable quarter and topped Wall Street estimates for revenue and monthly active users.
Britain’s financial watchdog calls for immediate coordination with European Union.
Sino-US trade tensions overshadowed a bounce on Wall Street.
Siem Reap, being the country’s major tourist hub, has an upbeat and colourful vibe brought by locals and foreigners enjoying both the sanctity and vibrancy of the place.
A rise in oil prices to three-week highs helped lift equity markets worldwide.
In most societies, markets are the beating heart of the community. They are more than just places of commerce – they are where the majority of people start their day.
Authorities issue a letter, asking all residents and owners to control the disposal of trash.
Markets are ending 2017 in a party mood after a pick-up in global growth boosted corporate profits.