Technology diffusion is a buzzword not limited to Cambodia’s financial sector alone. Now, even local farmers are attempting to ride the technology wave and experiment farm mechanisation to improve their livelihoods.
China Airlines plans to increase its services to seven daily flights, from the current five per week, to connect Phonm Penh and Taipei in Taiwan, as part of its expansion plan this year.
CamEd Business School is Cambodia’s premier business school and the first and only provider of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) approved degrees in Cambodia.
Taking advantage of the close proximity and strong taste for affordable Thai products, manufacturers from Thailand continue to double their efforts to maintain a strong foothold in Cambodia’s ever-growing consumer market.
EuroCham is the European Chamber of Commerce in Cambodia; it is the largest association of western businesses in the Kingdom and represents an ever increasing number of companies each year.
Malaysia-made home appliances manufacturer, Pensonic Holdings Bhd is in an expansion mode this year.
It is almost once again time for the annual Khmer Crafts and Food Festival (KCFF) in Phnom Penh. This rapidly growing event aims to promote Khmer culture as well as products that are totally Cambodian.
A.R.V (Asia Vehicle Rental) is trying to stay ahead of its competitors in the car rental business by teaming up with two strong American brands.
Life insurance company AIA Group Limited, celebrated 100 years of service this past weekend. Although new to the Kingdom, AIA is proving to be yet another international company that Cambodians have welcomed with open arms.
Another low-profile sector is beginning to shine in the Kingdom.