THE Central Highlands Province of Dak Nong, which shares a border with Cambodia, should streamline administrative procedures to create the most favourable conditions for investors, said Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc (pictured, Viet Nam News).
SME Bank, the Kingdom’s new bank with an initial capital of $100 million that’s set to provide financing for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), is expected to launch later this year as funds are already in place for activation, a
LAO and Chinese authorities are drawing up detailed plans for activities during Visit Laos-China Year 2019, the first time Laos has partnered with another country in such an event.
ACCORDING to calculations by the National Centre for Socio-Economic Information and Forecasting under Vietnam’s Ministry of Planning and Investment, the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement
The German Corporation for International Cooperation (GIZ) held a workshop last week to raise farmers’ awareness of the importance of insuring crops, as the Kingdom’s journey to implement a full crop insurance policy to help rice fa
Acleda Bank Plc and Credit Bureau Cambodia (CBC) on Tuesday inked a business partnership to provide financial health check services, which allow clients from financial institutions to check their own credit history at Acleda Bank.
The government has formed a technical working group to formulate a digital economy policy which will function as a roadmap to boost the Kingdom’s economy through technological innovation, an official said on Tuesday.
Passenger traffic continued to grow at the Kingdom’s three international airports last year, pushing full-year passenger numbers above 10 million for the first time, according to figures from Cambodia Airports, the French-owned company operating them.
THE Angkor Enterprise, a state-run institution that manages tickets sales for international visitors to the Angkor Archaeological Park, has launched a new website that will show real-time figures of tickets sold and other information relevant to tourism.
EXPORTS from the Sihanoukville Special Economic Zone (SSEZ) were valued at $372 million last year – up 68 per cent compared to 2017 – according to a statement from the Council for the Development of Cambodia.