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Cambodia and Vietnam to implement mechanisms to facilitate trade.
Grab, Southeast Asia’s leading ride-hailing company, launches a new corporate solution in Cambodia, Grab for Business.
Booking enters into a strategic partnership with Grab Holdings Inc.
Toyota Motor Corp and SoftBank Group Corp said they would team up to develop new transport services.
A Philippine inventor has unveiled what he calls a flying sports car that represents the future of transport, riding it out of a warehouse towards a cheering crowd, leaving a cloud of dust in his wake.
Ho Chi Minh City is mulling a consumption tariff on vehicles to mitigate air pollution.
Spectators had complaints on the third day of competition at the 18th Asian Games.
Chaos reigned in the Venezuelan capital Caracas after the city was hit by a massive blackout on Tuesday.
The Minister of Public Works and Transport has instructed all public works and transport departments to increase maintenance.
Cambodia and Thailand negotiate transport of goods and people by train across borders.
Government reassures the automated gateway transit system will be built as planned.
Cambodia has seen rapid development in transport infrastructure, energy, trade, investment, construction and real estate, and tourism in the last five years, officials and experts said.
The government unveils an commitment to restore the western rail line connecting Phnom Penh to Poipet.
Impact Hub is partnering with Toyota (Cambodia) to support young innovators.
The new railway services will be free for all during their first month of operation.
Businesses and tour operators in Sihanoukville are asked to enhance the city’s beauty.
A private Chinese firm donated 13 vehicles to the National Police.
Singapore announces it will freeze the number of private cars on its roads from next year vowing to expand public transport.
The government has completed preliminary studies on a $900 million skytrain from Phnom Penh city centre to the international airport.
The Phnom Penh Governor unveils new bus lines to launch over two months in a bid to improve transport for garment workers.