On the occasion of the perfect bliss of Mid-Autumn Festival, we celebrate the 71st birthday of our great motherland.
China-Cambodia economic ties are entering a new paradigm with the signing of the Kingdom’s first free trade agreement (FTA) this year with the Asian economic powerhouse.
Cambodia has remained a fertile ground for investors from Hong Kong for the past 20 years.
When Jie Wei Cambodia Garment Factory Ltd commenced operations in 2011, it was in response to the government’s call for foreign investors to help drive the Kingdom’s garment sector.
The China Aid-funded Cambodia Rural Road Project-Phase II-Lot 2 is being carried out by the Yunan Construction and Investment Holding Group Co Ltd (YCIH).
Hong Kong-listed Ming Fai Group, an international manufacturer specialising in hotel and travel amenities, has chosen Cambodia as its key production hub in the region due to the Kingdom’s friendly business policies.
As Worldwide Motors Company Ltd (WMC) celebrates National Day of the People’s Republic of China, the Kingdom’s No1 seller of the Asian giant’s leading car marques has a positive message.
While Covid-19 has bruised economies and crippled trade in some parts of the globe, Cambodian banana growers are enjoying brisk business despite choppy times.
Award-winning developer Urban Hub Cambodia Co Ltd – which is embarking on its third condo project in Phnom Penh – is bent on building quality, comfortable homes, and vowing to strengthen its reputation as a top-class builder.
The garment industry in Cambodia should diversify its offerings, including gradually switching to producing garments of mid-range prices, and venturing into retail, said Q-Port Investments (Cambodia) Co Ltd director Lin Zhi Qiang.