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Eelco Dijkhuizen, general manager of TNS Cambodia. Photo supplied
Mon, 25 July 2016

A small market for e-commerce

E-commerce has been slow to take hold in Cambodia.

A group of Chinese tourists leaves the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh earlier this year.
Mon, 25 July 2016

Chinese tourists lead the pack in early 2016

Over a quarter of a million Chinese tourists visited Cambodia during the first six months of year, leading all other foreign nationalities by numbers, new data released by Cambodia Airports, the Kingdom’s international airport opera

Fri, 22 July 2016

Life insurance market to take on new player

Dai-ichi Life Insurance, one of Japan’s biggest life insurers, will open its first offices in Phnom Penh at the end of the month, and plans to begin selling life insurance policies as early as April 2017, according to Japanese media

Fri, 22 July 2016

Revised gas caps see premium, diesel fall

The government maintained the price ceiling on regular gasoline, while marginally decreasing caps on premium gasoline and diesel at petrol stations sold across the Kingdom, the Ministry of Commerce announced yesterday.

Sihanoukville’s Ochheuteal Beach will host the Ministry of Commerce' “Buy Khmer Products” campaign later this month. Post Staff
Fri, 22 July 2016

Local goods campaign prepares to hit beach

The Ministry of Commerce is organising its third trade fair of the year as part of its “Buy Khmer Products” campaign to promote locally made goods and has selected Sihanoukville to host the event, a ministry spokesperson said yester

A car sits in an automated car-parking bay that was installed by Sonatra Carling near Phnom Penh’s Wat Ounalom last year.
Fri, 22 July 2016

Pay-parking firm seeks more space in Phnom Penh

Sonatra Carling, the Japanese-Cambodian joint venture behind Phnom Penh’s first automated toll-parking system, sustained losses during its first year of operation, but remains committed to the project and is looking to expand the model to other areas of the capital, a company executive said yesterday.

A woman prepares rice for packaging in front of a distribution store in Phnom Penh’s Daun Penh district in 2013.
Thu, 21 July 2016

Rice brand has yet to stick

The private sector’s campaign to develop a single recognisable umbrella brand for Cambodia’s premium varieties of fragrant rice looks increasingly tenuous after a government body voiced objections to the name selected, and argued in

Authorities fasten surveillance cameras to traffic lights at an intersection of Phnom Penh’s Monivong Boulevard last year. Phnom Penh City Hall yesterday announced that PPDEC will have exclusive maintenance rights to the capitals traffic lights, street lights and security cameras for 20 years.
Thu, 21 July 2016

Capital taps private firm to manage its lighting

Phnom Penh Municipality has reached a deal with PPDEC, a previously little known company, to privatise the capital’s public lighting system, a city official said yesterday.

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings gives a keynote address on January 6 at the CES 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. AFP
Thu, 21 July 2016

Netflix says subscription fee will not change in Cambodia

Netflix Inc, which operates the world’s biggest internet television network, will not raise its subscription price in Cambodia amid concern rolling price increases in the US are causing the company’s subscribers to cancel the popular streaming service.

Wed, 20 July 2016

Emerald to absorb Renaissance in merger

Australian mining firms Emerald Resources and Renaissance Minerals have agreed to merge in an all-stock deal that aims at creating synergies to develop gold projects in northeastern Cambodia, the companies said in a joint announceme