Malaysian company Pestech International Bhd has won government approval to build an $86 million power transmission line from Preah Sihanouk province to Phnom Penh.
More than half of businesses operating in Cambodia have paid a bribe, a recent survey by the Cambodian Federation of Employers and Business Associations (CAMFEBA) suggests.
The post takes a look inside Senator Ly Yong Phat's controversial Phnom Penh Sugar company.
Hundreds of trucks hauling sugarcane queue up along the dusty roads that cut a path through a plantation in Kampong Speu province. Their destination: Cambodia’s most advanced sugar refinery.
The Cambodian government is conducting a feasibility study investigating the need for a Thai border crossing at Steng Bort Village in Banteay Meanchey province, four kilometres from Poipet.
This week’s Q&A features professor Muhammad Yunus, who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2006 for creating a new front line against poverty with the founding of Grameen Bank, which lends small amounts of money to the poorest in Ba
Promising to dramatically open up the region’s airways, the planned Asean Single Aviation Market (ASAM) will bring with it fierce competition and price wars, experts said yesterday during a seminar on the subject at the Phnom Penh H
RMA Cambodia confirmed yesterday it had taken over from rival firm Envotech as the Kingdom’s only authorised dealer of Land Rover and Jaguar vehicles.
The offices of commune officials along the Tonle Sap basin will soon be solar-powered as part of a poverty-reduction project backed by the Asian Development Bank.
Professor Muhammad Yunus, a Nobel laureate who is considered the founding father of microfinance, urged an assembled crowd at the Royal University of Phnom Penh yesterday to start thinking about creating so-called social businesses.