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The state enterprise that operates Cambodia’s second-largest port is looking to raise up to $6.4 million in its initial public offering (IPO) and float 20 per cent of its shares on the stock market in December, according to a compan

Sat, 10 October 2015

Corrupt judiciary putting off investment, businesses say

In the wake of a damning report on the state of Cambodia’s courts, businesses say the quality of the judicial system is affecting decisions on whether to invest in the Kingdom

Fri, 9 October 2015

Petrol prices dip for holiday

Following another meeting between the Ministry of Commerce and petroleum retailers yesterday, both sides were unable to formulate a uniform pricing mechanism for petrol prices across the country, with Commerce Minister Sun Chanthol

Fri, 9 October 2015

Bank data show remittance flows rising

Cross-border remittance transfers continue to rise despite slower growth in Asian economies as more Cambodians seek work abroad to support their families back home, an economist said yesterday, commenting on recent data.

Fri, 9 October 2015

Blazing trails beyond Angkor Wat

As Cambodia continues to see an influx of tourists, led by the Chinese, the Kingdom is looking to move beyond Angkor Wat as its number-one travel attraction and promote eco-tourism, casino junkets and its beaches as well.
The Post’s Sor Chandara spoke to Ang Kim Eang, president of the Cambodia Association of Travel Agents, on some of the current trends that are shaping tourism in the Kingdom.

Thu, 8 October 2015

Tax collections reflect increased payment options

Government coffers received close to a billion dollars in tax revenues for the first nine months of the year, up 25 per cent compared to the same period a year earlier, with convenient tax payment options contributing to this rise,

Thu, 8 October 2015

Netflix eyeing 2016 launch

Netflix, the world’s biggest internet television network, is set to change the local pay-TV landscape when it launches services in Cambodia next year as part of a global rollout.

Wed, 7 October 2015

TPP puts Cambodia’s trade, investment in the spotlight

The conclusion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement has industry insiders in Cambodia split over whether or not the new pact will limit the Kingdom’s trade growth potential in the US market and see future investments diverted

Wed, 7 October 2015

Central bank takes breather as it reins in rural lenders

Cambodia's central bank will temporarily suspend its eight-month campaign to bring informal moneylenders into its fold as it lacks the resources to review the mountain of registration applications it has received and needs time to t

Wed, 7 October 2015

PPAP cargo throughput up despite road rivalry

Cargo traffic through Phnom Penh’s Autonomous Port grew more than 6 per cent for the first nine months of 2015, with around 108,700 TEUs of goods passing through the port, according to data released by the port yesterday.