Reports of government approval for what could become the Kingdom’s first pulp and paper mill in Kampot province’s Teuk Chhou district have galvanised investment hopes and instilled a renewed sense of opportunity in the southwestern
Cambodia Chamber of Commerce (CCC) vice-president Lim Heng has said he will lead a group of local businesspeople to join an Indian virtual tech expo next week to discover the latest technological advances in the marketplace and form
Members of the OPEC group of oil producers and allies were expected to raise output in a meeting on March 4, in response to a rebound in demand and prices.
Ly Ly Food Industry Co Ltd (Lyly Food) and Leang Leng Fish Sauce Enterprise became the first companies to apply for the newly-issued “Cambodian Quality Products” label at the Ministry of Industry, Science, Technology and innovation.
Shinhan Bank Vietnam on March 3 announced the appointment of Lee Tae-kyung as CEO. Since joining the Korean bank in 1992, he has been in charge of various functions like strategy, planning, risk management, and marketing.
Thailand's Ministry of Energy is seeking acceleration of new power projects to cope with the expected sharp spike in electricity demand with the promotion of the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC).
Two Bangkok-based business councils have demonstrated their commitment to join forces and ensure frictionless cross-border trade between Cambodia and Thailand amid tightened border controls imposed in the harsh times of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Financial institutions that are members of the Cambodia Microfinance Association (CMA) restructured some $1.397 billion in loans for 289,422 borrowers as of February 28 since the National Bank of Cambodia (NBC) on March 27 issued a circular on loan restructuring during Covid-19, according to CMA.
The price of crude oil has been rebounding since this Monday after the US House of Representatives passed a $1.9 trillion Covid-19 relief package early last Saturday.
The Southeast Asian tea brand Tealive is set for a debut on the Cambodian market with 25 outlets planned over the next five years, Malaysian government news agency Bernama said on March 3.