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Coca-Cola will build a second factory in Cambodia, investing $100 million into a new plant in the Phnom Penh Special Economic Zone that will more than triple its current output, company officials said yesterday.

Wed, 1 April 2015

Cambodia Post sees a 10 pct rise in revenue

National mail service provider Cambodia Post reported a 10 per cent increase in 2014 revenues yesterday, as increasing consumer confidence boosted use of the once-fledgling service.

Wed, 1 April 2015

Certificate of orgin process moves online

The Ministry of Commerce launched its long-awaited online system to generate certificates of origin (COs) yesterday.

Tue, 31 March 2015

PPWSA to almost double dividend

Phnom Penh’s state-owned water utilities firm – one of the only two companies listed on Cambodia’s fledgling stock exchange – will boost its annual dividend almost twofold.

Tue, 31 March 2015

Australia firm says Poipet casino takeover due in July

Australian casino operator Donaco International said its acquisition of Star Vegas Resort and Club in Poipet was well under way, with all the due diligence and financing arrangements on track for a July 1 takeover.

A security guard waits at the entrance of the Manhattan Special Economic Zone in Svay Rieng province
Tue, 31 March 2015

Vietnam to link China & Bavet

Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung last Monday approved plans to build a new economic corridor linking China, along Vietnam’s northern border, to the Bavet International checkpoint in Cambodia, in order to facilitate increase

Mon, 30 March 2015

Exporter says unaffected by its partner’s debt woes

Rice exporter Cambodia-Vietnam Food Company said joint venture partner and Vietnamese state-owned Vinafood 2’s possible bankruptcy over $40 million of debt will not hurt its business prospects in the Kingdom.

Fri, 27 March 2015

Internet subscribers rose 30 pct last year

The number of internet subscribers in Cambodia increased significantly last year, reaching a total of 5.02 million by December 2014, up 30 per cent from the end of 2013.

An employee points out a stack of rice for an order at a rice warehouse in Phnom Penh
Fri, 27 March 2015

Strong dollar casts worries for exports

It’s no secret that Cambodia is a highly dollarised country, with certain estimates suggesting a more than 80 per cent penetration of the greenback.

A man plays poker at a casino in Preah Sihanouk last year
Thu, 26 March 2015

More casinos on the horizon

Three new casinos are set to open in Cambodia’s southern province of Takeo, aiming to cash in on an influx of Vietnamese gamblers, as the gambling hubs are targeting a mid-April opening, a Ministry of Economy and Finance official sa