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Despite a small increase in the number of foreign visitors to Angkor Wat in the first half of the year, revenues from ticket sales at the historical site dropped slightly compared to the same period in 2014, according to official fi

Tue, 7 July 2015

First half of 2015 sees airport traffic up 14.4 per cent

More than 3.2 million passengers passed through Cambodia’s three international airports during the first half of 2015, a 14.4 per cent increase on the same period last, as leisure travellers continue to dominate arrivals in the King

Tue, 7 July 2015

Cost cutting leads to Q1 profit for GTI

Publicly-listed garments firm Grand Twins International made a small profit this quarter by slashing its costs, although that didn’t stop the company from taking a hit to its revenues, according to its first-quarter results released

Tue, 7 July 2015

Biogas to power rural areas

Commercial biogas plants will be installed across the Kingdom to provide electricity to rural areas that are off the national grid, as government and development agencies look to reach the 38 per cent of villages with no power suppl

Sun, 5 July 2015

China, EU drive rice export gains in first half

Cambodian rice exports for the first half of 2015 followed an upward trajectory compared to the same period last year, as growing demand from China for white rice and the European Union’s growing appetite for parboiled rice buoyed e

Live statistics are displayed at the Canadia Bank building last year in Phnom Penh during a ceremony that marked the second initial public offering to be listed on the nation’s stock exchange.
Fri, 3 July 2015

SME board possible this year

Market regulator Securities and Exchanges Commission of Cambodia and Cambodia Securities Exchange are looking at reducing some of the current initial public offering requirements, as a way to attract more small- and medium-size busi

Sean Griffin, CEO and co-founder of StartUp Cup, talks to the Post about project implementation and future plans for WECREATE yesterday in Phnom Penh.
Fri, 3 July 2015

A hub for women entrepreneurs

A partnership between the US State Department’s Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs and the Lower Mekong Initiative’s StartUp Cup, the centre aims at supporting women entrepreneurs with resources and advice.

Guests inspect a model of the new Kerry Worldbridge Special Economic Zone at the groundbreaking ceremony yesterday in Kandal.
Thu, 2 July 2015

New SEZ aims for logistics hub

A new special economic zone aiming to make Cambodia into a regional logistics hub held an official groundbreaking ceremony yesterday, at its future home on the muddy outskirts of Phnom Penh in Kandal’s Takhmao district.

Thu, 2 July 2015

Twin tower skyscraper proposed for capital

A Chinese and local developer are in discussions with Phnom Penh’s City Hall to build a $3 billion, 500-metre-high twin tower project in the center of the city, making it the tallest building in the capital.

People load a sack of counterfeit North Face products onto a truck after police raided a shop in Siem Reap province on Friday.
Wed, 1 July 2015

Siem Reap raids net counterfeit North Face gear

Three raids were conducted on stores selling counterfeit products from American outdoor apparel and equipment brand The North Face in Siem Reap last week, highlighting rising copyright and trademark infringement issues in Cambodia.