Korea and Cambodia established diplomatic relations in 1970, but those ties were severed in 1975 when the Khmer Rouge regime took power. The two countries resumed diplomatic ties in 1997, and the normalisation of diplomatic relations has
Since South Korea’s Economic Development and Cooperation Fund provided its first loan to Cambodia in 2001, EDCF’s total commitment in Cambodia has reached $600 million across 18 projects.
Since its establishment in 1991, the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) has been responsible for grant aid programs and has orchestrated Korea’s official development assistance.
The Embassy of the Republic of Korea believes that the exchange of culture is the key tool in deepening the friendship between Cambodia and Korea.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a United States-led trade agreement that is still under negotiation, may change the playing field of overseas investors in Cambodia, as Mi-Ho Jon, director general of the Korea Trade & Invest
If you have a business idea and want to pitch it, then send it to the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA), which helps build not only your business, but also the startup culture in Cambodia.
While more Cambodians venture abroad looking for higher paying jobs, those who have found work legally in Korea say that it has allowed them to support their families back home.
On the tenth anniversary of the National Polytechnic Institute of Cambodia (NPIC) this May, the Korean government and the Royal government of Cambodia raised $27 million to construct the most cutting-edge technical school in the Kin
With Korea’s culture raging through the countries of Asia through K-pop, food and business, the Cambodia-Korea Cooperation Center (CKCC) brings Korean culture to the Kingdom through training courses, events and cultural exchanges.
In the room of a barbershop-turned-dance studio in the outskirts of Phnom Penh, a group of 15 teenagers gather around small iPod speakers.