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Sino-US trade row knocks European stock markets

Publication date 21 May 2019 | 15:25 | ICT

European equity markets slid on Monday as investors fretted over the latest flare-up in the Sino-US trade war.

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  • High-end tourist numbers low

    Publication date 20 May 2019 | 08:50 | ICT

    Cambodia needs to improve its tourism sector services to capture more higher-income Chinese tourists. High-end visitors are currently still low, according to tourism insiders in the Kingdom.

  • Malaysian poultry producer to set up Cambodian operation

    Publication date 20 May 2019 | 08:30 | ICT

    Malaysia-based poultry producer Leong Hup International Bhd unveiled its plans to set up operations in Cambodia, where it already exports chicks and chicken feed, after successfully raising $247 million from its initial public offer

  • A SCHOOL FROM CAMBODIA WON TWO GLOBAL CSR AWARDS FOR 2019

    Publication date 11 May 2019 | 13:37 | ICT

    Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has been getting remarkable momentum in Cambodia over the last several years.

  • Ploughing ahead: Sacred oxen predict ‘abundant’ Thai harvest

    Publication date 10 May 2019 | 12:47 | ICT

    Thai astrologers on Thursday predicted an “abundant” harvest after a pair of sacred white oxen munched on grass and rice, and slurped up water in an annual ritual watched by newly crowned King Maha Vajiralongkorn.

  • Second corporate bond by LOLC listed on CSX

    Publication date 10 May 2019 | 11:44 | ICT

    Cambodia's second corporate bond issued by microfinance firm LOLC (Cambodia) Plc officially listed in the Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) on Friday, after it was completely purchased by institutional investors when the subscripti

  • It’s everyday Americans who pay Trump’s tariffs

    Publication date 10 May 2019 | 11:43 | ICT

    US President Donald Trump has repeatedly boasted that the tariffs he has imposed on trading partners are a financial windfall for the US treasury, but research shows it is Americans that bear the brunt of the impact.

  • China rejects backtracking claims

    Publication date 10 May 2019 | 10:02 | ICT

    China rejected US accusations of backtracking in trade talks and warned it would not “capitulate to any pressure” as the two sides headed into make-or-break negotiations on Thursday.

  • Cruise tourists on rise, but benefits are scant

    Publication date 10 May 2019 | 08:54 | ICT

    While international tourist arrivals by cruise ship have increased every year at Sihanoukville Autonomous Port (SAP), Cambodia does not appear to be benefitting much from such visitors, the Ministry of Tourism has said.

  • New Beijing airport set to welcome four test flights

    Publication date 09 May 2019 | 15:06 | ICT

    Beijing Daxing International Airport plans to welcome four planes on test flights next Monday, Beijing Youth Daily reported.

  • US seeks to sell $39M mansion tied to Malaysia scandal

    Publication date 09 May 2019 | 13:06 | ICT

    US authorities are seeking to sell a $39 million luxury mansion in Los Angeles allegedly bought by a Malaysian financier with money looted from scandal-hit state fund 1MDB, court documents showed.