Demand for Cambodian cashew nuts remains robust in 2018.
Green Leader CEO speaks about the investment of $200 million to develop farmlands.
Land used in Cambodia to plant subsidiary crops increased by 9,000 hectares last year.
Ministry of Agriculture announces the selection of a number of crops that will be planted as part of a new mapping project.
Ministry of Agriculture issues a new directive to operate abattoirs in Cambodia.
The Ministry of Agriculture is prioritising the creation of agricultural communities throughout the nation.
During the last five years, agricultural exports have grown on average 7% per year.
The second phase of the Cambodia Horticulture Advancing Income and Nutrition Project (CHAIN), launches.
Green Leader Holdings Group signs a memorandum of understanding to invest in local cassava plantations and set up 20 plants to process cassava starch for export.
There are 1,428 forestry and wildlife crimes in 2017, with 778 cases ending up in court and 650 cases leading to fines.
Ministry of Agriculture signs a (MoU) to produce 1 million tonnes of cashews.
A government crackdown resulted in 1,428 cases of forestry and wildlife crimes in 2017, with 778 of those cases ending up in courts and the remaining 650 leading to administrative fines.
With river and sea fish catches on the rise, revenue in Cambodia’s fishing sector reached $750,000 last year.
Two Chinese firms to cooperate in conducting research on oryza sativa japonica.
A memorandum of understanding with the Vietnam Cashew Association to bolster the production of cashews nuts in Cambodia to reach 1 million tonnes a year.
Ministry of Agriculture issues a statement warning farmers to keep an eye out for the khapra beetle.
A pledge made by Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia to withhold exports of 350,000 tonnes of natural rubber until March.
Shipments of Cambodian rubber abroad increased by nearly 36% in 2017.
Exports of Cambodian rice rose by more than 17 percent this year.