Rubber export prices saw a continuous decrease this year impacted by uncertainties created by the US-China trade war and a surplus of rubber in the international market, insiders said yesterday.
Tboung Khmum Court charges two men over the killing of a security guard.
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.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Ministry of Agriculture are teaming up to establish a project that will focus on lifting the living standards of smallholder rubber farmers in Cambodia, Myanmar and Thailand.
Cambodia’s rubber output looks set to increase due to favourable weather conditions.
Cambodia will not follow a major move to cut production of rubber to boost prices.
About 70 people representing thousands of Kampong Speu households gather again in front of Land Management Ministry.
The National Election Committee begins registering candidates from political parties to contest the national election.
Exports of rubber rose moderately during the first three months of the year.
Cambodia has 436,340 hectares of rubber plantations, of which 39% are harvestable.
Demand for Cambodian cashew nuts remains robust in 2018.
Agriculture Ministry and Rural Development Bank have discussed setting up a fund to support family rubber farmers.
In January the price of Cambodian rubber overseas declined by 10%, going from $1,600 per ton in December to $1,444.
The value of Cambodian exports rose by 13% last year despite a manufacturing decline.
A 55-year-old Vietnamese is charged for illegally clearing a protected forest.
A pledge made by Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia to withhold exports of 350,000 tonnes of natural rubber until March.
Rubber exports to the international market saw an increase of 31 percent during the first ten months of 2017.
Cambodia seeks Vietnamese investment to build factories that can process rubber and cassava.
Cambodia’s rubber exports to the international market sees an increase of 33 percent in the first nine months of 2017.
China wants to import 300,000 tonnes of rubber from Cambodia, as the Cambodian government boosts its capacity for direct rubber exports.