Cambodia sustains accommodative monetary and prudent fiscal policy: World Bank.
World Bank raps country over failure to boost growth and jobs
Sustained business reforms over the past several years have helped India jump 14 places to 63rd position in this year’s World Bank “Ease of Doing Business” (EDB) rankings.
The World Bank says that Cambodia’s economic growth remained robust.
A new report highlighting the success of Cambodia’s economic development.
World Bank’s report puts Cambodia in the 144th spot out of 190 countries.
World Bank approves the disbursement of $1 billion to develop priority sectors.
PM requests the World Bank to help build roads in rural areas in the Kingdom.
The Philippines was able to save +$1 billion in losses because of its natural systems.
With what appears to be an urgent desire for tailored life-insurance solutions that can help Cambodians create a financial cushion in their old age, AIA Cambodia has proposed a new arrangement for its flagship policy, AIA សម្រាប់ជីវិត (Samrab Chivit), to reflect this need.
The World Bank to provide about $60 million to improve poor farmers’ livelihoods.
According to an official census in 2008, 29 percent of the total population of the Kingdom are younger than 15 years old. At present, the total population has reached to over 16 million.
The World Bank’s latest report shows that the estimated growth rate for Cambodia in 2018 was 7.5 percent- it was the highest growth in the past four years.
The World Bank to approve the disbursement of $1 billion to Cambodia.
Ministry of Industry World Bank meet to discuss multi-million dollar project.
The Cambodian economy expanded by 7.5%, according to World Bank.
Cambodia’s economy will continue to experience robust growth, but will expand at a slower pace than last year.
The reeling water problem currently facing cities in the Philippines is an outcome of at least three factors, mostly ignored in policy fora.
Is it a ridiculous proposal or really something that could eventuate? Mike Callaghan tries to answer this question.
Cambodia won’t stay hidden from international investors for much longer. Revised GDP figures from the World Bank show growth will hit 7 percent yet again. Cambodia has been growing this fast since the global crisis of 2008-2009.
Cambodia has adopted an open, liberal market economy since mid-1990s with technical and financial support from various development partners, bilaterally and multilaterally.
US$500 million for dairy in Bangladesh.
Ministry starts to improve the education quality in Cambodia’s top 5 universities.
The World Bank yesterday advised Cambodian policymakers to allow more time for the country to become an upper-middle income economy, asking the government to aim for 2035, instead of 2030, to graduate from the current income status.
Since the Sulawesi quake and tsunami, Asean member states have agreed to increase financial contributions to humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations (HADR).
Asean is planning to establish its Centre for Sustainable Development Studies and Dialogue. Whether the Centre will provide Asean leadership in sustainable development cooperation depends on the entity’s design.
The World Bank has revised the country’s economic growth upward.
A World Bank report this year says economic growth in Cambodia remains strong. It is even projected to slightly accelerate to 6.9 percent, a notch higher compared to last year’s 6.8 percent.
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The World Bank may approve a $50 million loan for development projects in Siem Reap.