Cambodia is now laying the foundations of a successful digital economy but more needs to be done to ensure the Kingdom is not left behind in a world where technology plays an increasingly important role, Cambodia’s deputy prime minister said yesterday.
The EU is preparing to disburse a grant of 115 million euro to Cambodia.
The government is considering imposing taxes on companies’ digital revenue as a way of increasing public coffers by capitalising on the rapidly expanding digital commerce sector.
Cambodia’s customs department will soon receive two patrol boats from the Japan.
Taxation Department collects more than $761 million during the first three months.
PM Hun Sen announces the government’s new strategy for budget reform.
Cambodia and Turkey have pledged to boost trade between the countries to half a billion dollars by 2020.
The Saudi Fund advises Cambodia to take a loan for social development.
Cambodia has asked Singapore to consider importing agricultural products such as rice, pepper and mangoes, and to welcome more migrant workers from Cambodia.