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Commerce Minister Sun Chanthol
Wed, 4 March 2015

Time for business to step up

Commerce Minister Sun Chanthol called on business owners to clean up their activities in the Kingdom, in order to remain competitive, especially in light of the ASEAN Economic Community integration due to be realised at the end of t

Wed, 4 March 2015

Business input sought on use of donor funds

Business has been encouraged to have more input into the allocation of donor money spent on projects aiming to boost trade in the Kingdom.

Wed, 4 March 2015

MoC says registration online will boost rank

Commerce Minister Sun Chanthol said yesterday that his ministry was initiating reforms that would see Cambodia’s ease of starting a business ranking leap from the current 184 to 21.

Wed, 4 March 2015

Port gives rice exporters a cut in storage costs

In a bid to ramp up rice exports to 1 million tonnes in 2015, the Phnom Penh Autonomous Port announced yesterday that rice stored in its warehouses would not be charge any fees for up to 18 days.

Tue, 3 March 2015

CRF calls to tighten code of conduct

The Cambodian Rice Federation has pushed for the full implementation of a code of conduct which bars Cambodian firms from exporting cheap rice from neighbouring countries under its own name.

Tue, 3 March 2015

New border crossing set to make trade easier

Planning for the Stung Bot checkpoint on the Thai border is almost finalised, with the construction of new infrastructure to support trade facilitation to be completed by the end of 2018, officials said yesterday.

Tue, 3 March 2015

National cassava body in the works

A year after establishing the Cambodia Rice Federation, the Ministry of Commerce is planning to set up a cassava organisation to boost production of the root vegetable in the Kingdom.

A digital screen shows Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley
Tue, 3 March 2015

India to push CMLV trade

India is looking at setting up manufacturing hubs in Cambodia, Myanmar, Laos and Vietnam as part of its “Act East” policy, according to a budgetary announcement made on Saturday.

Mon, 2 March 2015

CP Foods to acquire local subsidiary for $88 million

Charoen Pokphand Foods Public Company Limited will acquire the remaining 75 per cent shares of CP Cambodia for $88 million, strengthening its position as an agro-business operator in the ASEAN region.

Mon, 2 March 2015

Project to connect 150,000 to grid

Thirty-one thousand new households, with 150,000 people, across three western provinces will soon have access to reliable and affordable electricity, after a $23.9 million investment project, launched Thursday, will connect them to