Cargos via Cambodia's city port up 17% in 2012

Cargos entering and leaving through Phnom Penh Autonomous Port, Cambodia’s second largest port, increased by 17 percent in 2012 thanks to increasing import and export activities, a senior port official said Thursday. The state-owned port had received 95,333 twenty-foot-equivalent units, or standard-sized containers (TEUs) last year, ...

Cambodia city port sees 16% surge in shipments in 9 months

Container traffic through Phnom Penh Autonomous Port, Cambodia’s second largest port, increased by 16 percent in the first nine months of this year thanks to increasing import and export activities in garments and construction materials, the port authority said on Wednesday In March last year, to ...

$70 from India for power

India is financing the construction of a US$70 million transmission line to bring electricity from hydroelectric projects in Laos to Cambodia, according to Indian Chamber of Commerce President Debasish Pattnaik. Speaking yesterday after the official launch of the Indian Chamber of Commerce in Cambodia (ICC), Pattnaik ...

Japan Helps Cambodia Despite Difficulties

Japan on August 15th loaned Cambodia a package of US$ 53.3 million for the West Tonle Sap Irrigation and Drainage Improvement and a grant aid of US$ 0.7 million to improve education equipment of the Department of Geo-Resources and Geotechnical Engineering of the Institute of ...

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