Hun Manet: Sihanoukville is not Macau

Royal Cambodian Armed Forces chief of joint staff Hun Manet has said he disagrees that Preah Sihanouk province, where Chinese investment in hotels and casinos has skyrocketed, will become a second Macau. Lieutenant General Manet made the comment on Monday during a ground-breaking ceremony for the ...

Mom Sophon

Angkor Air’s Macau route

Tourists wanting to visit Asia’s answer to Las Vegas will be able to fly from Preah Sihanouk province to Macau after Cambodia Angkor Air unveiled the new route yesterday. ...

Sok Chan

Cambodian casinos look to win from China anti-graft crackdown

Cambodia has long drawn tourists to sights ranging from the Khmer Rouge killing fields to the magnificent temples of Angkor. Now the country is looking to a new market: Chinese gamblers who are deserting Macau, the region’s traditional casino hub. ...

Michael Peel

Gambling on change

The Cambodian government is drafting a series of changes to the Kingdom’s gaming laws in a bid to draw major players from Macau and the US to the market and potentially create a new tax base from the growing, if currently illegal, online betting industry, ...

Eddie Morton

Thais hit Cambodia casinos to sidestep junta betting blitz

Desperate for a flutter during a junta crackdown on gambling at home, Thais are making a beeline for casinos in a seedy Cambodian border town — which has already been deluged by migrants also fleeing the kingdom. For over a decade Poipet, a scruffy, vice-ridden frontier ...

Business World Online News Staff

NagaCorp VIP program questioned

Citi Research, the strategy and analysis arm of Citigroup Inc, one of the world’s largest financial firms, has questioned NagaCorp’s VIP junket program in a recent report that also cites cross-border competition and tourism failings as potential threats to the program’s success. Citi Research’s analysis was ...

Eddie Morton

Naga casino to buy aircrafts to fly Chinese gamblers to Phnom Penh

Cambodian casino operator, Hong Kong-listed NagaCorp, is trying to reach deals in order to fly gamblers from Macau and mainland China to its gaming resort in Phnom Penh, according to media reports. Hong Kong media quoted NagaCorp chief financial officer, Philip Lee Wai Tuck, as ...

The Cambodia Herald News Staff

Cambodian traders urged to attend upcoming Macau Exhibition

Ministry of Commerce appealed to the Cambodian traders to join the upcoming Macau International Exhibition to promote their products and find business partners. The appeal was made following the Macau Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM), which announced that it would hold 2014 Macau International Environmental ...

The Cambodia Herald News Staff

Starbucks to open its first outlet in Vietnam

Global coffee-chain giant Starbucks will enter its 12th Asian market next month when it opens an outlet in Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City. RMA Cambodia CEO Rami Sharaf said the expansion into Vietnam did not automatically mean Starbucks would enter Cambodia. “I don’t think there is ...

Firm Posts fall In Profits on Slot Machines

Entertainment Gaming Asia Inc. (EGA), a U.S.-listed gaming firm operating primarily in Cambodia, posted a 93 percent decrease in profits for the first nine months of the year compared to the same period in 2011, according to the company’s financial statement released Tuesday. “The decrease ...

Gaming Company Posts Record Quarter of $5.2M

Entertainment Gaming Asia Inc. (EGA), which owns a number of casinos in Cambodia, as well as provides gaming machines to other local gambling venues, announced on Tuesday that quarterly revenues from April through June reached a record $5.2 million, up 14 percent compared to the ...

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