Cambodia and South Korea signed agreements to further cooperation in various sectors including public health, human resource development, transportation, energy, infrastructure, technology, trade, and investment on Friday March 15.
With most local agricultural exports consisting of raw materials, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) is now designing a multimillion project to increase the value of the agriculture industry.
Foreign Affairs Minister Prak Sokhonn and Japanese Ambassador to Cambodia Hidehisa Horinouchi today signed the Exchange of Notes
Pakistan to introduce a zero-emission bio-power transportation fleet of 200 buses.
Aiming to reduce freight costs in the country, the Ministry of Public Works And Transport is considering building a logistics centre in Phnom Penh to make multimodal transportation more seamless.
Cambodia awaits a cross-border rail transportation with Thailand.
Indonesian Go-Jek kicks off a trial launch in parts of Singapore and plans to roll out an array of services through its app.
Everybody here knows that but among the transportation option providers in the country, the cyclo operators can best speak of its relevance and importance – of going slow.
A powerful typhoon tore through Japan, leaving over two dead and 120 injured.
Cambodia and Thailand are reviewing draft agreements for a transportation deal.
Number of Cambodians visiting Vietnam has boomed in the last few years.
A recently formed public-private partnership aims to boost industrialisation.
Vietnam has 206 investment projects in Cambodia, with a total registered investment of $3.02 billion.
Prime Minister Hun Sen announced that people are offered rides free of charge on the water taxi system and western rail line until the end of this year.
PassApp and Wing customers can now travel hassle-free around Phnom Penh as both companies today enter into MoU agreement in offering a fast and convenient way of paying their fare.
City Hall announces that the first 20 buses donated by the Japan have been received, and 60 others will arrive in the upcoming months.
Cambodia and China sign three agreements on mine clearing.
Kunming for rail infrastructure project.
One garment worker dies during a traffic accident involving two factory trucks.
With his determination to elevate the agricultural social enterprise of Cambodia, a young graduate is ready to set foot in New Zealand for a training on agri-business and food production.
Three people died and nearly 20 others were injured in traffic accident in Siem Reap province’s Chikreng district.
The Transportation Ministry is launching two transportation services this week.
PM says public buses in Phnom Penh would be free for citizens during Khmer New Year.
Department identifies 182 points in the capital to be targeted for traffic jam reductions.
PM announces his support of a planned waterway taxi service and encourages its launch before the Khmer New Year.
The Ministry of Public Works and Transports has revealed plans to build a network of inland ports along the Mekong River.
The new plan to guide logistics infrastructure development will be ready next year.
Commuters in Phnom Penh no longer need to pick up a phone to call a taxi or flag down a tuk-tuk or a moto in the street.