Cambodia is strengthening its tax system while tackling niggling issues, and recommendations by investors and corporations in the second phase of its five-year revenue mobilisation strategy
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Both parties ink agreements to drive financial inclusion and facilitate SME growth
Rice farmers are looking at technology to turnaround their livelihood, and the industry ultimately
The famous German philosopher and economist Karl Marx once wrote in his 1848 Communist Manifesto that workers would have “nothing to lose but their shackles” in the struggle against their capitalist oppressors.
There was a time when cash was king, but a growing number of businesses worldwide are now refusing to accept payment with bank notes or coins.
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The Shangri-La Dialogue that ended last week dominated the heightening tensions between the US and China on both the economic and military fronts which is a deep source of regional anxiety in the Asia-Pacific region.
Taiwan declared it will continue its “humanitarian” search and rescue work in South China Sea, where it possesses the largest of some 500 islets.
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Cambodia is urbanising. Its population is estimated to rise to 18.9 million by 2030, with 29 percent of people living in cities, according to the World Urbanisation Prospects 2018.
The property sector has witnessed a significant growth over the years with investors and developers taking advantage of the opportunity and demand here. However, developers still face the problem of securing loans for their projects as banks remain cautious of lending in the sector. Often, complaints involve tedious application processes that are likely rejected by […]
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Malaysian Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad might have struck gold in his idea of bringing the earlier botched East Asia Economic Caucus (EAEC) into fruition through a common East Asian currency pegged to precious metal.
Some, if not many, of Cambodia’s ministers have been holding their positions for a long time. Some since the first mandate which started way back in 1998.
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Smart Axiata Co Ltd chief executive officer Thomas Hundt was all smiles when he met with a group of Cambodian undergraduates, finalists of SmartStart, a nine-month young innovator program in its third year,
To encourage private sector, manufacturers and industrial owners to use green energy, the government should consider adjusting the energy policy and regulation on General Conditions to connect solar photovoltaic generation sources to national grid.