Cambodia recently unveils a new commercial centre in Hangzhou to promote Cambodian products and bolster trade.
A new draft of the Competition Law will be submitted to the Council of Ministers.
A national forum on the development of the agribusiness sector will be held in Siem Reap.
CamControl has not discovered any cases of pork injected with chemicals, despite a report showing 3,750 pigs injected with sedatives.
The Ministry of Commerce says one of the country’s most popular destinations will retain the word Bokor at its entrance.
The Ministry of Commerce will join with the Thai Embassy in Cambodia to build a favourable business and investment climate.
The United Nations, with the Ministry of Commerce and Agriculture Ministry launch booklet to mark the end of a three-year project.
The Ministry of Commerce is launching a petroleum mobile lab to detect fraud and cheating at petrol stations.
Cambodia signs an agreement on the Facilitation of Cross-border Paperless Trade in Asia and the Pacific to strengthen digital trade.
Four ministries are pushing local producers to improve their quality, standards and packaging and to provide proper labels on their products.
China will take action to defend its interests if the United States damages trade ties.
The United States, one of the Cambodia’s key trading partners, is going to assess sanitary and phyto-sanitary standards in Cambodia.
Cambodia to open a trade centre in Shanghai in a move to attract Chinese investment to the kingdom.
Thailand’s sugar prices are still being tightly monitored despite a government commitment to free up production.
The government is to increase tax on imported pigs to protect to save local pig farmers and commercial pig companies as well as to stabilise prices.