The Artisans’ Association of Cambodia (AAC), a membership-based organisation for craft producers and sellers, seeks government support in pursuing economic diversification beyond the coronavirus-hit tourism sector.
The government has issued an inter-ministerial prakas to regulate the exploitation of mineral resources used as construction materials in state infrastructure projects.
Cambodia exported 97,175 tonnes of natural rubber in the first five months of this year, surging 17 per cent compared to the same period last year as the Covid-19 pandemic stretches on, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisherie
The 400MW Lower Sesan II Hydropower Dam will provide Ratanakkiri province with 50MW of electricity via a newly completed substation that was officially launched last week, said a provincial electricity authority official.
In collaboration with the Cambodia Securities Exchange, The Phnom Penh Post is publishing a series of articles related to the securities market. This is the third in the series.
Cambodia Securities Exchange-listed Prasac Microfinance Institution Ltd (Prasac) received another $150 million loan from its new shareholder KB Kookmin Bank (KB) to secure its financial stability and expand lending capacity amid the
Despite the significant jump in movement of agricultural products for export, no remarkable gains in freight transport activity have been recorded over the past six months, industry insiders have said.
The Cambodia Rice Federation (CRF) has asked the state-owned Agricultural and Rural Development Bank (ARDB) to extend its loan repayment period to 12 months to help rice millers buy paddy.
Cambodia's milled-rice exports gained 41 per cent to 397,660 tonnes in the first half of this year from the 281,538 tonnes shipped in the same period last year.
Chinese investment Company China Good Cars Holding Ltd is looking for a strategic location for its proposed $160 million modern heavy vehicle parking terminal on the outskirts of Phnom Penh to serve as a major gateway into the capit