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SMEs eye bourse for funds

Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Cambodia could start raising capital from the public, through the stock exchange, if government efforts to amend financial regulations to allow SMEs to be publicly listed get off the ground. ...

Chea Vannak
http://www.khmertimeskh.com/news/27409/smes-eye-bourse-for-funds/

Kingdom’s crafts can be hit in Korea

Cambodian handicrafts and home decor products could take off with South Korean buyers if certain obstacles – conceptual design, development techniques, and slow delivery services – are overcome, business owners and merchants said yesterday. Speaking at a seminar on Korean Market Access for Cambodia’s textiles at ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/business/kingdom%E2%80%99s-crafts-can-be-hit-korea

Striving to make finance accessible

Access to finance could reduce violence, empower the most vulnerable in society and improve the livelihoods of Cambodia’s poorest people, a conference on community-led funding heard on Wednesday. Sarah Sitts, country manager of the international NGO Pact, introduced the funding model of savings-led micro-finance (SLMF). In ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/2013032964776/Business/striving-to-make-finance-accessible.html

Too few businesses registered

A majority of small and medium enterprises in Cambodia were not registered, despite the advantages it offered to businesses, participants at a workshop on business registration procedure, intellectual property and business etiquette for women heard yesterday. Referring to 2011 statistics, Chan Sorey, vice-minister of the Ministry ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012102659433/Business/too-few-businesses-registered.html

Women slow to climb Cambodia's market

Women’s economic roles in Cambodia have made slower progress than in many other countries in the Asia-Pacific region, World Bank economists said yesterday. The region as a whole has seen tremendous gains in the way of gender equality during the past 20 years, but increasing wages ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012061956865/Business/women-not-on-top-in-market.html

A Female Entrepreneur Remains Strong as Silk

Seng Takakneary started her business in a one-room shop with two sewing machines in 2004. Today, Ms. Takakneary’s Sentosa Silk employs about 100 staff in Phnom Penh who produce a range of fine Cambodian silk items, including pillows, curtains, bedspreads, dresses, shirts and bags. Since ...

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