Since the first half of this year, with the deepening of regional integration and urbanisation entering the stage of inventory development, the degree of economic slowdown in some third- and fourth-tier cities in China has worsened.
Jitters from the impending Fed Reserve rate cuts can be felt in global markets already impacted by the trade war
The US administration’s new tariff threats against Mexico and India show that the US has a tendency to expand its range of trade frictions with other countries. This has undoubtedly created further impact on the global capital market.
Spike in condo development is raising finance and infrastructure concerns
Yet the current global crisis we are facing now is to a considerable extent, a “man-made disaster” caused by extreme policies. One of the most obvious examples is the global trade war initiated by the Trump administration.
Two weeks ago, Capital Cambodia published an article that talked about Cambodia putting circular economy in motion, a concept that has has been studied extensively in Europe and worldwide.
Climate risks, and demand by Cambodia’s garment customers for international standard waste compliance are inevitably pushing the Kingdom towards a circular economy
The steady expansion of China’s factory and service activities in April confirmed sustained momentum in the wider economy.
Enterprises and government need to do more to prepare people for the radical transformation in the economy because of disruptive technology in manufacturing that will displace millions of low-skilled, uneducated workers
New life is being breathed into the old currency as it penetrates the economy, unites Cambodians and reinforces national pride