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Opportune time to tap growing Chinese market in Sihanoukville

Following the steady rise of tourism in Sihanoukville, property development in the coastal town is heavily targeting the nonstop influx of Chinese flocking to the area.Although Sihanoukville has, in recent times, been synonymous with a growing number of Chinese tourists, currently it is going through ...

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http://www.phnompenhpost.com/post-property/opportune-time-tap-growing-chinese-market-sihanoukville

Malaysian motos to enter market

Naza Bikes Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Malaysia-based Naza Group of Companies, will enter Cambodia’s crowded motorbike sector, according to the local brand manager. “[Business] will probably be launched on the first of next month,” Hay Chamreoun, the manager, said yesterday, adding that construction for the ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/business/malaysian-motos-enter-market

Court Hears Borei Keila Evictees' Complaint

The Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday questioned three Borei Keila residents about a complaint they filed six month ago against the property development firm Phanimex from evicting them from their land. In March, a group of Borei Keila residents filed their complaint against Phanimex’s owner ...

Second Eviction Protester Jailed In Two Days

Police and court officials yesterday questioned, charged and imprisoned elderly woman involved in the long-running land dispute at the Borei Keila community in Phnom Penh, a day after an anti-eviction protester from Boeng Kak community met a similar fate. In both cases, police and court officials ...

Cash crop deal to aid Kingdom

A Malaysian firm on Saturday signed a joint agricultural agreement with property development company Paragon Corporation Cambodia worth a potential US$2 billion in exports of corn, rubber, coffee and other cash crops. Penned by Paragon Corporation Cambodia and Markmore Group Malaysia, the joint development project will ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2011101752151/Business/cash-crop-deal-to-aid-kingdom.html

Plans Name Developer of Sisowath Quay Site

Architectural plans of a property development that is blamed for causing structural damage to French colonial-era buildings on Phnom Penh’s Sisowath Quay show drawings of a five-story residential building, complete with underground car parking. According to the plans, dated July 11, the mysterious company behind ...

Vattanac: A Tale of Two City Developments

Vattanac may still be a family business, but a symbol of its big aspirations can be seen emerging from Phnom Penh’s skyline on Monivong Boulevard, where the company is building a 38-story tower that will house its headquarters next year. The tower, which was designed ...

A Tough Ride for S Korean Property Projects

GS Engineering & Construction broke ground on June 18, 2008 of Cambodia’s largest building the International Finance Complex in Phnom Penh but since then has been suspend or forced to downscale like all of the other building projects in the city. Worth more than $4.5 ...

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