DONALD trump’s threatened tariffs on another $200 billion of Chinese imports took effect on Monday, escalating a trade war between the world’s top two economies that is clouding the global outlook.
NEPAL has reinstated a deal with a Chinese state-owned company to build a $2.5 billion hydroelectric plant scrapped by the previous government, officials confirmed on Monday, as the new pro-Beijing administration seeks massive infrastructure investment.
The Kingdom’s insurance industry has enjoyed rapid growth in recent years, a trend that has been enhanced by partnerships with mobile network operators.
Furi Real Estate announced a $10 million joint venture with an unnamed company from Macau to develop the first commercial shopping centre in Sihanoukville, a project aimed mainly at Chinese customers, the company’s director told The
A new high-speed rail link between Hong Kong and mainland China launched Sunday, a multi-billion-dollar project that critics say gives away part of the city’s territory to an increasingly assertive Beijing.
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport last week hosted a seminar to promote entrepreneurship among young Cambodians, hoping to inspire them to set goals and plan for the future.
The government may soon regulate Cambodia’s edible bird’s nest industry.
The PIEoneer Awards, organised by the Professionals in International Education (The PIE), a global company offering services for professionals working in international education, celebrates innovation and achievements in internation
Chinese officials are shrugging off warnings that the trade spat with the United States could slash the country’s economic growth, with state-run media saying Beijing can “outlast” the tariffs war.
FORMER Bank of Japan member Sayuri Shirai fondly remembers when the bank decided on a massive programme intended to perk up the world’s No3 economy and save it from damaging deflation.