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Japanese construction investment approvals are ranked third this year, behind China and Korea, accounting for $108 million in approved projects, according to Im Chhun Lim, minister of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction

Ross Ainsworth, former CEO of Northern Territory Livestock Exporters Association, poses for a photo in Beijing last year.
Fri, 31 July 2015

Low-cost option for beef production

Ross Ainsworth, former CEO of Northern Territory Livestock Exporters Association, talks about the potential for Cambodia’s upcoming beef export industry in the Southeast Asian market.

People look through a household goods store in Phnom Penh’s Aeon Mall last year.
Thu, 30 July 2015

Nearing lower-middle income

Cambodia is expected to reach a GDP per capita of $1,220 this year, putting it on course to being a lower-middle income economy, said Commerce Minister Sun Chanthol, who was attending a meeting with Macau entrepreneurs in Phnom Penh

Wed, 29 July 2015

Chinese loan for rice sector on hold

A project to build 10 warehouses to store rice paddy using Chinese funding has hit a roadblock, as the Cambodian government has been unable to meet criteria set by the Chinese for the project, according to an official associated wit

Tue, 28 July 2015

Japan wraps up tax audit project

Cambodia’s General Department of Taxation and the Japan International Cooperation Agency yesterday completed a more than three-year project to improve taxpayer services and increase tax audit capacity of the government entity.

Tue, 28 July 2015

Gov’t prepares its tourism strategy for 2020

The Cambodian government has finalised a five-year Tourism Marketing Strategy that it hopes will help lure more visitors and investors to the Kingdom.

Tue, 28 July 2015

EuroCham moves to strengthen real estate

In its second memorandum of understanding (MoU) signing ceremony in the past week, the European Chamber of Commerce signed an agreement with the Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction to help strengthen standar

Han Hanchou, the president of Seatel Group and general manager of Seatel Cambodia, speaks at the official launch of Seatel Cambodia yesterday in Phnom Penh.
Mon, 27 July 2015

Seatel banks on its 4G services

Entering Cambodia’s oversubscribed telco sector, new entrant and Chinese-owned Southeast Asia Telecommunications is placing its bets on a 100 per cent 4G network, as it looks to differentiate itself from the Kingdom’s already-establ

Mon, 27 July 2015

EuroCham, EdC take anti-corruption pledge

Continuing its efforts to address corruption issues in Cambodia, the Anti-Corruption Unit signed memorandums of understanding on Friday with a public sector company and a business association, pledging to work with these entities to

A man unloads a bag of rice at an export warehouse in Phnom Penh earlier this month.
Mon, 27 July 2015

Rice sector wary of EU-Vietnam deal

As Vietnam and the European Union reach the final stages of negotiating a bilateral trade agreement, giving Cambodia’s neighbour zero-duty exports to the economic bloc, local rice millers and exporters have expressed concerns that t