The US China trade war with President Donald Trump and President Xi Jinping as the key players shows the world two men with a lot of self-confidence. Or is it overconfidence?
The rising influence of China in the region is a matter of contention, perhaps a joint effort between US and its allies can reduce the hold
Cambodia’s military alliance with China could inspire Asean member states to align themselves with other major powers, a move that threatens to destabilise the bloc’s centrality unless a pact is put in place
Maybank has come up with more humanised financial packages in 2019 for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) including a special campaign called “Let’s Use Luy Riel” which is a combination of Khmer Riel (KHR) and US Dollars (USD).
With only two years left for China to beat the deadline in its war against extreme poverty, the country stands ready to face the toughest challenges to meet the goal and ensure its victory stands the test of time.
Last Saturday, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and Japan signed the first protocol to amend the comprehensive economic partnership (AJCEP) to expand trade, goods and services, and investments among member states and Japan.
As the months roll closer to the conclusion of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) this year, Cambodia might just be able to visualise better trade opportunities to overcome the revenue impact from the withdrawal of the Everything but Arms (EBA) preference.
Indonesia and Australia inked a free trade agreement earlier this week, after eight years of negotiations and several times of delay.
US Technology giant IBM filed a $51 million counter lawsuit in an Israeli court against Israel Chemicals company (ICL) concerning a dispute over a failed computing project.
The three David’s have one thing in common, that is they need safe passage in South China Sea. To the US, Japan, and China, the South China Sea continue to be of strategic importance to them to let their little differences stand in the way.