287 companies have registered via the gov’t’s new online business registration system.
Economy Ministry urges Land Split Development Business developers to register for a permit and licence.
Urgent measures to help importers.
Ministry wants Japanese tech firms to help the transform into a fully digital economy.
The Cambodian government earns $6 billion in income from tax and customs in 2019, exceeding its target.
Cooperation between Cambodia and the United States has been fruitful: Ministry.
Ministry highlights 3 urgent measures to solve infrastructure woes in Preah Sihanouk.
Exports during the first five months of the year increase by more than 15 percent.
Ministry launches the National Single Window to facilitate import and export activities.
The gov’t to establish a committee to ensure the stability of the financial system.
The World Bank to approve the disbursement of $1 billion to Cambodia.
France to support the development of the Kingdom’s power transmission network.
Following erroneous reports in local media, the Ministry of Economy and Finance yesterday clarified that public debt stood at $7.02 billion as of the end of 2018 and that the country has already repaid 19 percent.
From 1993 to 2018, the government repaid $1.3 billion of its debt to development partners, roughly 8 percent of the country’s external debt, according to an official report on the country’s public debt.
The Ministry of Economy and Finance has presented a proposal for the creation of a platform that will centralise all services needed to register a company in Cambodia.
The SME Bank, a government initiative to enhance access to funding for local SMEs, will come online late this year.
Local exporters are not required to produce a certificate of origin (CO) at Cambodian customs if the document is not required by authorities in the destination country.
Government and private sector reiterate calls for all SMEs to join the regulatory fold.
A new loan agreement with the Asian Development Bank for $250 million to finance projects in key development areas.
Cambodia is prioritising the adoption of new technologies in manufacturing and encouraging investment in sectors that are undergoing rapid technological innovation, according to a senior government official.
Loan providers are asked to ease the burden on farmers affected by recent floods.
The European Union will continue to support economic management in the Kingdom.
Cambodia’s foreign policy strategy has been chiefly shaped and driven by “economic pragmatism,” meaning the alignment of foreign policy with economic development interests.
The deadline to pay the stamp tax has been extended until September 30.
AIA (Cambodia) Life Insurance Plc and Amret Microfinance yesterday strengthened their cooperation in bancassurance with the official signing of a partnership agreement.
The Gov’t is calling on developers to submit proposals for low-cost housing projects.
Manulife and Japan-owned Sathapana Bank launch a new distribution partnership.
The government releases sub-decree to enhance efficiency in non-tax revenue.
The Ministry of Economy and Finance yesterday launched a new $2-million fund to increase small farmers’ access to credit.
The Ministry of Economy and Finance issued a sub-decree this week detailing taxation requirements for oil production operations in the Kingdom.