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Sathapana Microfinance Institution is one of the leading financial institutions in Cambodia, with 126 offices across every province and 2,500 employees.

JICA senior representative Ito Takashi
Sat, 30 August 2014

The presence of development agency JICA looms large across the Kingdom

The Japan International Cooperation Agency, or JICA, is the independent agency of the Japanese government that coordinates official development assistance (ODA) for economic and infrastructure improvement in developing countries.

The Sanrio Gateway store welcomes visitors at Aeon Mall
Sat, 30 August 2014

Say hello to Japan’s ambassador of kawaii

A gateway to the world of Hello Kitty and friends has launched in Cambodia, and it’s not closing anytime soon

Keisuki Kon, CEO of CamUp.
Sat, 30 August 2014

The right person for the right job: One young entrepreneur’s vision

Keisuki Kon, a young entrepreneur from Japan, sees Cambodia as an investment destination with massive potential, even if it’s one that’s not quite ready to reach full blossom.

Tomoyuki Yokoi, CEO of TriAsia Group (left) officially signs a deal to invest in TV3 Asia
Sat, 30 August 2014

Tomoyuki Yokoi CEO of TriAsia Group

WITH projects ranging from construction to television, TriAsia Group CEO Tomoyuki Yokoi is a busy man. Since his firm established itself in Cambodia in 2012, it has quickly become a company to watch.

Dr Shigeta.
Sat, 30 August 2014

Shigeta Dental Clinic adheres to the highest of standards

The dental health business of Shigeta Dental Clinic consists of founders who are Cambodia’s first Japanese dentists.

An array of Ashima’s popular dishes: beef, salmon and morchella mushrooms
Sat, 30 August 2014

The power of the mushroom: Ashima’s good eats are good for your body

Capital hot pot specialist puts emphasis on healthy ingredients, among them, an array of exotic mushrooms imported from across the globe

Sat, 30 August 2014

Q&A: ‘Abenomics’ providing ‘signs of hope’ for economy

After the Japanese economy experienced recession and deflation for years, current Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, launched an aggressive new economic strategy as a way to kick start the economy.

Sat, 30 August 2014

Empowering women ‘key to economy’

With Japan facing a shortage of labour due to the low birth rate in the country for the past two decades, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is looking at the nation’s female citizens as an untapped reservoir of potential for the wo

Hidenori Hashimoto, a member of the Japanese House of Representatives, talks to the Post in Phnom Penh
Sat, 30 August 2014

Helping ASEAN helps Japan

Hidenori Hashimoto, a member of the Japanese House of Representatives, says doing business in China is problematic for Japanese companies in light of recent hostilities between the two nations, leaving Japanese investment vulnerable