Asean Leaders See Economic Integration as Important

Asean leaders Tuesday discussed the importance of expanding economic opportunity for the region, vowing to increase efforts for better trade and investment amid members states and with the US. Surin Pitsuwan, secretary-general of Asean, said “more and more” was expected of Asean today. “So it is ...

UN: invest in women

Cambodia needed to invest in women to aid its development and integration into the ASEAN economic community, United Nations Under Secretary-General Noeleen Heyzer said yesterday. Heyzer, executive secretary of the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific(ESCAP), met with Minister of Women’s Affairs Ing Kantha ...

U.S. Helps $50 Million Finance For Lower Mekong Countries

The U.S. has declared today that it would help with $50 million US dollars for lower Mekong countries to speed up the integration and connectivity in the region this year. ...

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Malaysia - Cambodia Trade And Investment Performance 2011

Cambodia and Malaysia trade and investment are increasing subsequently as the two members of ASEAN are trying to boost the integration for ASEAN community in 2015. The report from the embassy of Malaysia here said: as for trade performance in 2012, for the first quarter of 2012, Malaysia recorded an increase of 5.32 percent. Total trade ...

To Gain From Asean Labor Market, Workforce Needs New Skills

Cambodia needs to improve the skills of its workforce if it is to compete and benefit from Asean’s plan for greater integration and the free flow of skilled labor within the region by 2015, Minister of Labor Vong Sauth said on Friday at the Asean ...

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