Agreements with Beijing Enterprise Water Group to develop the infrastructure.
Industry Ministry is drafting a law to regulate the construction of industrial parks dedicated to small businesses.
Ministries discuss solutions to some of the challenges salt production faces.
Ministry of Industry World Bank meet to discuss multi-million dollar project.
The dissolution of the Salt Association of Kampot and Kep is suspended.
The Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Programme is lunched,
Last year saw a notable increase in the number of factory openings.
Industry Ministry urges Angkor Potable Water Co to speed up work on a feasibility study for a water treatment plant in Svay Rieng.
Construction of the first ‘cluster zone’ for SMEs will not start for another few months.
More than 100 factories have started operations in the Kingdom in the last eight months, according to a report from the Ministry of Industry and Handicraft.
Marubeni to invest in water infrastructure.
Ministry of Industry reminds entrepreneurs of protecting their intellectual property.
The Gov’t promises attractive incentives for companies that register before December.
Japan is committed to help Cambodia’s urban populations gain access to a safe water.
A body to be created that will act as a representative for all SMEs in the country.
The value of Cambodian exports rose by 13% last year despite a manufacturing decline.
The fake palm sugar products could affect the current Geographical Indication status of Cambodian sugar.
Garment and footwear factory representatives call for greater importance in workplace safety.
The Ministry of Industry and Handicraft will cooperate with two South Korean companies to establish a technology centre.
Minebea is a major producer of machinery components and electronics devices and currently operates in the PPSEZ.