Human beings have been always on the move to perform various economic activities in order to make a living but the COVID-19 pandemic has the power to stop or slow down our activities.
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The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has pledged to work to accelerate Cambodia’s competiveness and economic diversification, according to an ADB member fact sheet.
As record levels of FDI outflow are recorded and lenders struggle to maintain balance books, keeping liquidity in the market remains a critical concern from lessons already learned
The financial leasing sector reported strong growth in 2019, but it has now been affected severely by the outbreak of Coronavirus with some financial leasing service providers suffering up to an 80 percent drop in custom.
Many people now appear far more relaxed about pandemic
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Researchers find perplexing measures that create a ‘huge’ challenge
If there is a word to describe the multitude of public protests around the world in 2019, it will be “youth”.
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The Black Friday Property Sale will feature time-exclusive discounts on top-tier property from renowned real estate developers in the country.
Real estate experts are sounding the alarm: property prices are starting to drop! And Realestate.com.kh is giving you the chance to snag your dream home with the biggest discounts ever seen, all in one place – the Black Friday Property Sale.
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Arab stock markets plunged almost a quarter in value in the first three months of 2020 because of the Coronavirus pandemic and the collapse in oil prices, a UN agency said.
As Covid-19 continues to ravage the world, China takes the lead in freeing itself from the ordeal by controlling the pandemic and pushing its businesses to restore production to normalise economy.
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Discrimination is rife, with Cambodians seeing the disabled as street beggars or burden to their families
Poaching of endangered species could rebound as authorities divert their attention to enforcing coronavirus lockdown measures, an international wildlife watchdog said, reporting stockpiling of ivory and other animal products as most borders remain shut.