PM lauds Royal Group’s renewable power export deal with Singapore
Prime Minister Hun Sen lauded the Royal Group’s energy purchase agreement on exporting renewable energy to Singapore via submarine high-voltage transmission, terming it a milestone in the country’s energy development. ...
Cambodia’s Royal Group signs agreement on renewable energy export to Singapore
Cambodia’s Royal Group Power Company Ltd. (RGP) and Singapore’s Keppel Energy Pte Ltd. (KE) have reached an energy purchase agreement on exporting renewable energy to Singapore via submarine high-voltage transmission. ...
Khmer Times Staff
PPSP’s profits decline in Q4 last year, but rise on annual basis
The consolidated net profits after tax of the Royal Group Phnom Penh Special Economic Zone (PPSP) of the conglomerate Royal Group of Companies have decreased 95.21 percent to about $0.18 million in the last quarter of 2022 compared to over $3.82 million in the same ...
Royal Group signs agreement to build Koh Rong airport
An agreement has been signed for the construction of a $300 million airport on Koh Rong island, taking five years to complete. ...
Royal Group SEZ increases exports by $492.7m
Despite the pandemic, Royal Group Phnom Penh SEZ Plc. has reported an increase in exports of $492.7 million for the first seven months of the year, marking 26 percent year-on-year (YOY) growth. ...
Ministry of Commerce and Wing Bank sign MoU to strengthen CambodiaTrade marketplace with digital payments
The Ministry of Commerce on Monday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Wing Bank (Cambodia) Plc on easing payments for consumers trading on the ministry’s CambodiaTrade marketplace. ...
CDC approves Royal Group’s 700MW coal-fired power plant
The Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC) on December 8 approved Botum Sakor Energy Co Ltd’s (BSE’s) more-than-$1 billion 700MW coal-fired power station in Koh Kong province’s southwestern Botum Sakor district. ...
Royal Group planning 100sq km SEZ in Botum Sakor National Park
The Royal Group of Companies Ltd, a leading local conglomerate, will invest in the construction of a 100sq km special economic zone (SEZ) in Koh Kong province’s Botum Sakor National Park. This is an apparent bid to capitalise on the ongoing inflow of investment to ...
Royal Group a step closer to new coal-fired power plant
Sinosteel Equipment Co Ltd and Royal Group wholly-owned Cambodia Bodong Shaguo Energy Co Ltd signed an Engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contract for the new 700 mW coal-fired power plant project. ...
Ministry: 5G essential for Cambodia’s digitalisation
Minister of Post and Telecommunications Tram Iv Tek on Thursday lauded leading mobile operator CamGSM Co Ltd for its progress in rolling out a 5G network in Cambodia. Speaking at an event organised by CamGSM to showcase its 5G capabilities, he said the technology is essential ...
Royal Group and Fusionex Group sign MOA to power up Smart Trade Facilitation in Cambodia
The Royal group, Cambodia’s leading conglomerate and Fusionex Group, one of the largest multi award-winning and the leading data technology group in the region, signed a memorandum of agreement where both groups will cooperate in the area of Smart Trade Facilitation in Cambodia. This cooperation ...
The Phnom Penh Post staff
Royal Railway takes extra measures for a smooth ride
In 2009 the Royal Government of Cambodia signed a Concession agreement with Toll from Australia the biggest Logistics company in Australia at the time to be the Operator and Maintainer of the North and South Line. Soon after Toll signed it joined with Neat Oknha ...
Lower Sesan II dam opens
Situated in Stung Treng province’s Sesan district, the hydropower dam is Asia’s longest at 6.5km. It is a joint venture by Chinese company Hydrolancang International, Cambodian company Royal Group, and Vietnamese company Vietnam Electricity. The project is a 45-year Build-Operate-Transfer contract, in which five years was ...
Rail cars en route to Kingdom
The Royal Group subsidiary, which in 2010 won a 30-year concession to operate and upgrade the Kingdom’s rail network, began running a new service in mid-April from the capital’s city centre to Phnom Penh International Airport. ...
Sesan firm promises to build schools, roads
The Hydro Power Lower Sesan II Company Ltd has agreed to build infrastructure for 70 ethnic Lao families in Srekor village who refused to relocate after the controversial Sesan II Dam project went online in Stung Treng province last September. The company said construction will ...
Families no longer displaced by dam
Indigenous families in Kbal Romeas village who were displaced last year by flooding from the reservoir of the Lower Sesan II Dam in Stung Treng province have been given new homes and hope for a better life in a new village along National Road 78. ...
Government defers logging permits
The Council of Ministers has ordered a temporary suspension to permits for clearing and transporting timber from the reservoir area of the Lower Sesan II Dam until after the upcoming elections in July, with a government official yesterday saying illegal logging was “out of control”, ...
Royal Group plan for Sihanoukville beach cleared of businesses remains a mystery
More than a month after businesses on a prime stretch of Occheuteal Beach were told to pack up and leave, officials in Preah Sihanouk province are still unaware of local conglomerate Royal Group’s plans for the space. Evictions on the beach began around Christmas time, ...
Massive skyscraper floated again
Prime Minister Hun Sen said yesterday that a 600-metre building would be constructed in Cambodia, though he did not mention specifics and similar projects proposed in the past have stalled before construction. ...
Robin Spiess and Hor Kimsay
China deals swiftly signed
Cambodian and Chinese officials and business leaders yesterday signed 19 agreements during a visit to Phnom Penh by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, boosting Chinese investment at a time when the regional power has upped its economic and political support for Hun Sen’s government. ...
Hor Kimsay and Cheng Sokhorng