Malaysia, the fourth largest foreign investor in Cambodia with an accumulated investment of $2.74 billion in fixed assets, is certainly not sitting on its laurels.
CapitaLand’s wholly-owned lodging business unit, The Ascott Limited (Ascott), is cementing its position as a reputable serviced residence operator worldwide with a record number of openings.
The Urban Village mixed development project has commenced its Phase 2 sales on October 2 in a grand opening ceremony.
In recent decades, Cambodia had maintained a political stability conducive to the economic and social development.
Various consumer products of the subsectors will be featured in the exhibition to create more brand awareness.
In an all out attempt to achieve the 30-million tourist target next year, Malaysia has launched promotional blitz on social media platforms to attract the adventurous millennial travellers who are more fond of selfies, explore off b
The Hong Kong and Macau business communities continue to promote strong trade relations with Cambodia by taking advantage of various strategic cooperation such as the “Community of Common Destiny” action plan and the “One Belt One
Cambodian women in business is getting all the support they need from Women in Business Cambodia (WiBKH), a not-for-profit initiative jointly run by three chambers of commerce.
Demand for well-qualified workers with knowledge of Mandarin, to serve the increasing Chinese tourists and business community, in the booming hospitality industry in Sihanuokville is certainly on the rise.
P.K Light Block Co Ltd, a relatively new player in Cambodia’s building materials sector, is contributing to the construction industry’s progressive development by supplying a material to reduce costs at the construction site.