The site and showroom for Thai Boon Roong Group’s 133-storey twin tower complex remain quiet, but the project’s chief architect insists construction will begin soon.
Siem Reap has started to appear on the radar of Chinese investors, which is helping to push land prices up in the provincial capital.
All events take place at the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center. THURSDAY, 22 FEBRUARY
Recruitment agency is equipping Cambodians with the broad range of skills they need to find higher paying jobs in Japan.
Renovation of the Cambodian-Japanese Friendship Bridge, which connects the Chroy Changvar peninsula to the capital, is underway and nearly 12 percent of the extensive repairs have been completed since commencing in October.
L’attrait Property Development is developing a new concept of modern living with Japanese design and construction techniques in the capital’s Boeung Keng Kang 1 neighbourhood.
Congratulations on the 65th Anniversary of diplomatic relations between Japan and Cambodia.
Japanese manufacturers are continuing to invest in Cambodia, establishing factories in special economic zones (SEZs) to capitalise on the Kingdom’s cheap yet increasingly skilled labour force.
Relations between Japan and Cambodia have grown and flourished since the two countries first established ties in 1953. by David Hutt
The JTI Foundation, a charitable organization registered under Swiss law and financially endowed by JT International SA, is proud to contribute to Cambodian communities through various program
Some 1,500 Japanese companies have registered in Cambodia since JETRO established its Phnom Penh office in 2010.