Markets policy and regulation
Cambodian producers urged to build effective brands
Better branding of Cambodian products is essential as major global brands inundate the domestic market and local producers look to compete in international markets, panellists said Wednesday evening during an industry forum in Phnom Penh. Var Roth San, an adviser to the Ministry of Commerce, said ...
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Aeon 2 set to break ground next month
Construction of the second Aeon mall in Cambodia is scheduled to commence next month and be completed by 2018, AKP reported. ...
Phsar Kandal vendors concerned over development talks
Plans to rebuild Phsar Kandal have struck fear into the market’s community of longtime vendors, who gathered on Monday over concerns they will become the latest victims of Phnom Penh’s surging inner-city development boom. ...
Ministry sees export market growing
Cambodia’s total agricultural production was down slightly last year while a larger share of this production went to exports, the Ministry of Agriculture said in its annual report, released yesterday. ...
Vendors want market to be restored as it was
More than 100 vendors in Stung Treng yesterday expressed concern that the location of their stalls would change after the town’s fire-damaged market is rebuilt by provincial authorities. ...
Companies making gains in trademark protection
The Commerce Ministry has received more than 5,000 applications from companies to register their trademark in the first three months of this year – the same as for all of last year – a senior ministry official said yesterday. ...
Sihanoukville beach vendors asked to vacate shore
Vendors located along two of Sihanoukville’s most prominent beaches – Otres and Ochheuteal – have until March 13 to relocate, city governor Y Sokleng said yesterday. ...
Sellers urged to return to site of Thailand riot
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has urged nervous Cambodian vendors to reopen their shops at a market in Thailand across the border from Poipet town after a counterfeits bust by Thai authorities resulted in a riot and arrests earlier this month. ...
Ministry tells Banlung governor to undo market swap
The government yesterday ordered the governor of Banlung town in Ratanakkiri province to return the concession granting control of Banlung market back to its original holder after he tried to switch managers without the government’s permission. ...
Online supermarket ready to take orders
KhmerToGo.com can’t solve the capital’s traffic problem, but it can keep residents and restaurant owners from getting stuck in it.The new online supermarket is set to go fully operational next week, offering what it claims will be the country’s most comprehensive selection of wholesale and ...
Interior ministry ‘suspends’ beach evictions
In early August, Sihanoukville city’s then municipal governor, Chin Sarin, issued a notice giving 26 vendors and their families at Ochheuteal Beach days to remove their stalls from the beach or face forced eviction. ...
Market plans inspire rally
Nearly 200 vendors from Phnom Penh’s Doeum Kor Market gathered in Wat Botum Park yesterday to offer a petition asking Prime Minister Hun Sen to block city plans to demolish and replace the market with a multi-storey building. ...