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As part of the Cambodian government’s long-term industrial development policy, Heng Sokkung, secretary of state of the Ministry of Industry and Handicrafts, said the government is in the planning phase of creating industrial zones a

In Prum Nitolaka’s Angkor Pich Roof Tile Shop Thai tiles sell best
Thu, 21 May 2015

Despite high quality local production, customers prefer imported roof tiles

While Boreys, residential developments and commercial facilities continue to increase, so has the demand for roof tiles as the industry diversifies and local production increases, local manufacturers and distributors said.

Thu, 21 May 2015

Despite tourism boom Siem Reap property prices have not increased

With the continual rise of tourism in Siem Reap, experts see a chance for increased property development in the Kingdom’s highest trafficked destination.

Dr. Peng Hong Socheat Khemro, General Director of Housing Department
Thu, 14 May 2015

Public housing construction may begin in 2017 or 2018

The government is preparing to develop a policy for constructing public housing for low-income and lower middle-income earners in Cambodia.

Sand dredging boats on the Mekong in Phnom Penh
Thu, 14 May 2015

Too coarse, too far: sand ban takes toll on quality and price

Sand dredging licenses have been greatly limited as the Ministry of Mines and Energy address the environmental impact of unregulated dredging.

Sona Seng
Thu, 14 May 2015

Sona Seng delivers the blueprint for the next generation of female engineers

For as long as she can remember, Seng Sona has always had a passion for drafting blueprints and designing building- a passion that has grown into a career.

cracking tiles and damaging walls
Thu, 7 May 2015

The dream of homeownership crumbles in a Borey

Leng Malin opens the front door to her house in Borey Chomkar Svay, looking down at cracked ceramic tiles on a sunken floor, is her welcome home.

Mortgages finance homes such as in Borey Angkor Phnom Penh.
Thu, 7 May 2015

CIMB drops mortgage rate, ACLEDA increases volume by a third

CIMB, the second largest bank in Malaysia, is planning to loan $15 million in the mortgage sector with a low interest rate of eight per cent in a bid to gain market share and to tape the wake of the mortgage industry in Cambodia.

A rubber plantation in Rattanakiri
Thu, 7 May 2015

Demand for agriculture land dips as price of rubber and produce become unstable

While rubber prices decline and agricultural production remains unstable, the demand for agriculture land has declined as well.

Sovanna mall appears to have experienced a sharp decline in visitors
Thu, 30 April 2015

What will be the future of Phnom Penh’s malls?

As the number of malls increases in Phnom Penh, local malls may lose business to the international standards of mega malls, real estate experts say.