New investments from local and foreign sources continue to pour into Cambodia despite the Covid-19 pandemic remaining a lingering threat to regional and global economies.
We are living through obscure and stressful times for people and businesses all around the world, and particularly here in Cambodia, where the economy has been severely compromised due to worldwide travel and shipping restrictions impacting the two biggest industries; textiles and tourism.
Business associations and experts in Indonesia have welcomed the government’s announcement on the relocation of foreign-owned production facilities to Indonesia, a positive sign for the slowing economy amid the pandemic.
The US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) has been hailed as the start of a new era in North American commerce. Unfortunately, it officially launches in the middle of a pandemic.
Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has approved a list of 124 state-owned enterprises (SOEs) for divestment this year.
The number of firms registering in Thailand’s Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) from January-May this year dropped 13.35 per cent year-on-year to 2,731, Department of Business Development director-general Vuttikrai Leewiraphan announced on Monday.
With the Covid-19 pandemic cutting into the global vehicle and parts manufacturing industry and transforming Cambodians’ spending habits, imports have seen a sharp decline this year.
A 700 MW coal-fired power plant in Preah Sihanouk province is set to begin construction soon, as authorities announce they have completed an environmental and social impact review.
Insurance and real estate operators have expressed their interest in listing on the Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX), Securities and Exchange Commission of Cambodia (SECC) director-general Sou Socheat said on Tuesday.
Vietnam's gross domestic product (GDP) expanded 1.81 per cent year-on-year during the first half of this year, the lowest six-month growth pace since 2011, data from the General Statistics Office (GSO) show.
Foreign countries tightening import regulations will affect Vietnam’s exports of farming products, especially fruits, forcing the local agricultural industry to reorganise production, experts have said.