The export of fresh fisheries products in the first five months of 2022 reached nearly $39 million, a decrease of over 11 per cent year-on-year that the Fisheries Administration (FiA) has blamed on factors including climate change and
Renewable energy will take up nearly 42 per cent of South Korea’s power generation capacity by 2034, according to a blueprint for the national energy mix unveiled on December 15.
The Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) is currently going over its first-ever initial public offering (IPO) eligibility review application for a company to list on its Growth Board since the secondary board was launched in 2015, its vice-chairman Ha Jong-weon told The Post on December 14.
As revenues have soared, the General Department of Customs and Excise of Cambodia (GDCE) has opted not to impose new value-added taxes (VAT) on select agricultural equipment in policies set to take effect on January 1, next year.
The state-owned Agricultural and Rural Development Bank (ARDB) expects to fully disburse a $50 million emergency fund for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) by year’s end, its director-general Kao Thach told The Post on December 14.
Confidence among major Japanese manufacturers has recovered further after plunging on pandemic woes to its worst level since the global financial crisis, a key survey showed on December 14.
UK businesses clamoured for compromise on December 13 as Prime Minister Boris Johnson said failure remains the “most likely” outcome to marathon post-Brexit trade talks with the EU.
The pig production sector is thriving and on the up following an outbreak of African swine fever (ASF) that resulted in huge losses of hog populations and put the future of small-holder farmers in jeopardy.
Global demand for coffee will continue to increase for the next 30 years, but Vietnam should focus on improving the value of its coffee to raise its profile in the international market and become the number one power in coffee, according to industry experts.
Indonesia's transportation ministry aims to finish building a 1.64 trillion rupiah (US$116.5 million), international standard motor vehicle “proving ground” within the next four years to help Indonesian automakers capture the Southeast Asian market.
Bangladesh has formally initiated negotiations with ASEAN to sign a free trade agreement (FTA) to enjoy greater market access in the bloc after graduating from the least developed country (LDC) grouping.