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Tue, 28 February 2017

Smart moves towards innovative ICT

The start to 2017 has been much like 2016 ended for Smart Axiata – winning awards and pioneering new developments in Cambodia’s growing ICT sector.

Cambodia’s telecom market is becoming overcrowded, making mobile tower sharing increasingly more attractive for operators.
Tue, 28 February 2017

Tower sharing could shift the mobile landscape

Infrastructure-sharing firms are helping mobile network operators cut network roll-out costs and focus on their competitive strengths while reducing the clutter of telecom equipment.

ABA Bank chief digital officer Zokhir Rasulov says the fintech sector is in a chicken and egg situation. Photo supplied
Tue, 28 February 2017

Headwinds prevail for fast-growing fintech industry

Financial technology, more commonly referred to as fintech, is being developed and adopted at a fast rate in the Kingdom, but experts say the future growth of the industry is dependent on a plethora of obstacles being overcome.

While app development is gaining traction, monetising apps remains a challenge for the Cambodian market. Photo supplied
Tue, 28 February 2017

Warming up the state of apps despite lack of incentives

When it comes to app development, app sustainability, and app monetisation, the Kingdom is very much in its infancy – that much is agreed on by Cambodia’s top digital technology experts.

Tue, 28 February 2017

Innovative, digital generation carve a new identify for Cambodia

Being one’s own boss is an aspiration for many Cambodians. Unsurprisingly, the rapid digital proliferation has seen tech startups become a popular avenue to achieve the desired goal of self-employment.

Yojee is shaking up traditional modes of logistical transportation in Cambodia, having recently partnered with Post Media to provide same day and next day delivery capabilities. Photo supplied
Tue, 28 February 2017

Cambodia’s Uber of logistics primed to shake up sector

Cambodia’s logistics infrastructure is gradually improving with the ongoing construction of new roads, port expansions and rail improvements.

Fri, 16 December 2016

Cybersecurity more than just an IT issue, it’s a business issue

E-banking is picking up traction with financial institutions and consumers in Cambodia, but along with the speed and efficiency associated with internet banking come the inevitable downside risks of online security and identity vuln

Fri, 16 December 2016

Private equity firms yield ambiguous results

When private equity firms first started to creep into the Cambodian market in 2008, hungry for options outside of an overheating Vietnamese economy that was on the brink of a crisis, there was hope that the Kingdom would be the next

Fri, 16 December 2016

A transformative year for the tax regime in Cambodia

The Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) and the General Department of Taxation (GDT) were certainly actively engaged in 2016, issuing a series of new prakas and notifications, amending, clarifying and enhancing the Law of Taxation

Fri, 16 December 2016

Lenders set to decide on higher capital requirements

Cambodian financial institutions have until the end of the day to submit their plan to the central bank on how they intend to meet its revised capital requirements, and experts predict that some may decide it is better to downsize o