Fast-moving consumer goods like brand soaps, imported soda, luxury goods, clothing, fast food and beauty products were almost unheard of 10 years ago here.
The discovery of 83 containers containing plastic, and possibly other wastes, such as e-waste, biowaste and medi- waste that could have been hidden among the tonnes of plastic trash, comes on the heels of the prime minister’s rather stern warning last Friday.
Today 2.4 million Cambodians will use tobacco. That’s roughly 22 percent of the population over the age of 15 according to the 2014 National Adult Tobacco Survey.
Cambodia has the fourth most affordable cigarettes in the world and it’s killing economic growth
The 5G race has been competitive among mobile network providers and telecommunication giants.
Lack of framework and education results in short-term adoption
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.
Co-working spaces are gaining momentum in Phnom Penh as they not only offer workspace but also work-life balance
Hunger pangs are being satisfied these days by innovative ways with the growth of food delivery applications, enabled by rising smartphone users and increased data as urbanisation consumes Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.