Surge in industrial sector expected for ‘24

Economists and business leaders anticipate a dynamic 2024 for Cambodia’s industrial sector, with the government expecting it to outpace services and agriculture, driven by a wave of new investment projects. ...

Hin Pisei

Factories get power tariff relief up to 20%

The Ministry of Mines and Energy (MME) decided to reduce electricity prices by 10 to 20 percent for industrial and agricultural consumers. ...

Chea Vanyuth

Ministry of Mines and Energy announces a reduction in electricity prices for industrial and agricultural consumers

The Ministry of Mines and Energy on Sep 20, issued a press release on the reduction of electricity prices for industrial and agricultural consumers. The immediate solution came on the advice of Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Manet yesterday in Takeo province during a meeting with ...

Khmer Times Staff

Property sector strong despite election: CBRE

Growth in the local property sector remained robust in the second quarter of 2018, with the condominium, office and industrial sectors all contributing significantly to its expansion, according to CBRE’s latest report.​​ However, uncertainty regarding the upcoming general election has chipped away at investors’ confidence ...

Sum Manet

Cambodia’s Small Businesses Serve as Backbone of Sustainable Economy

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen announced in late March that the nation was on target to move from the status of a low-income to a lower-middle-income nation by the end of 2013, ranking it the 15th country that obtained high economic growth in the world in the ...

Thai-Cambodian trade in Surin reaches new record high

The border trade in Surin province has reportedly reached 1 billion baht for the first time. The figure is said to be the new record high as the situation on the border of Thailand and Cambodia remains calm. Surin’s trade official Sitthiporn Bangkeaw said these ...

Japanese delegation seeks business options

Some 140 Japanese investors arrived in Cambodia yesterday to meet with local government leaders and other stakeholders in an effort to boost economic cooperation between the two countries. According to the Japanese Embassy in Cambodia, the delegation arrived in the country yesterday afternoon, following a visit ...

No Cause for Concern - Experts not worried about decrease in fixed-asset investment

At first glance, the numbers indicate Cambodia’s investment climate has grown a little colder. Conditions appear to be worse than they were a year ago due to a big drop in total fixed assets for approved investment projects. However, economists say the Cambodia outlook is actually ...


Japan Assists Cambodia To Formulate Industry Policy To Woo Investments

Japan, the most experienced country in the industrial sector, has cooperated with Cambodia, aiming at enhancing Cambodia’s industrial policy better to attract more investments, especially the Japanese investors who have kept an eye out on Cambodia over the last several years. The workshop under the theme: Towards the Cambodia’s Industrial Policy, was conducted On April ...

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