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If you are mean, you may picture your archetype Phnom Penh luxury car driver getting into his car in a mall parking lot somewhat like this:

Due to its funcutiality and an good cost-performance ratio the Toyota Hiace has become a big seller in Cambodia this year.
Fri, 31 October 2014

Toyota Hiace sees sales taking off

The Toyota Hiace is taking off in Cambodia.

Sales at the Toyota Cambodia Boeung Keng Kang Branch have soared so far in the second half of the year compared with the same period last year.

This car is E-Green. Depending on seating capacity an E-Green car costs between $7.900 and $13.500.
Fri, 31 October 2014

Green cars revolutionise resorts

When on vacation in Cambodia your priorities normally include visiting Angkor Wat, eating unheard of bugs and relaxing in a luxury resort – something E-Green is making easier with its eco-friendly cars.

Bosch researchers perform product testing at the Bosch Asia-Pacific Center for Corporate Research and Advance Engineering in Singapore.
Fri, 3 October 2014

Innovative technology benefits people: Bosch

With 5,000 new patents a year – that’s more than 20 a day –engineering and electronics giant Bosch is innovating the technology around us in a very real and tangible way.

Fri, 3 October 2014

Jebsen & Jessen: ‘We take care of it’


Jebsen & Jessen brings world-class technology solutions to Cambodia and, through its local presence, services and maintains them for the long term.

GLOBE publisher and entrepreneur Tassilo Brinzer has been ADW president since 2011.
Fri, 3 October 2014

The German connection


Former Minister-President of Rhineland-Palatinate Dr Bernhard Vogel, in his capacity as honorary KAS chairman, meets Prime Minister Hun Sen in January.
Fri, 3 October 2014

KAS: Twenty years of strengthening Cambodia’s democratic development

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) is a German political foundation working worldwide to promote democracy, the rule of law, human rights and a socially equitable market economy.

Paul Thomas, founder of Thomas International Services, at Teng Lay Dry Port
Fri, 3 October 2014

Business, efficiency all in the family for German logistics entrepreneur

For Paul Thomas, building a family business in the Kingdom’s capital has brought its own rewards

A Smart employee takes a break at SmartCafe inside the telecom’s main office
Fri, 3 October 2014

Smart takes its game-changing style beyond rates and service

In the space of five years, mobile service operator Smart has gone from the proverbial new kid on the block to one of the most widely used providers in Cambodia’s hyper-competitive telecom sector.

 A young women in a technical dual-education program is not an unusual sight in Germany.
Fri, 3 October 2014

Germany’s dual-education system is its latest export hit – and could be brought to Cambodia

Andrea Nahles, Germany’s labour minister, likes to point out that the two European Union countries with the lowest unemployment – Germany and Austria – have dual-education systems.