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Cambodia: Kingdom drops in oil investment survey

Cambodia ranks among one of the world’s least attractive destinations for oil and gas investment due to concerns over disputed land claims, cost of regulatory compliance and trade barriers, according to a global petroleum report released by Canada’s Fraser Institute. Cambodia’s score fell by 10 points this year to rank 90 out of 97 jurisdictions […]

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Cambodia: Energy minister looks to draw investors in sector

Cambodian Minister of Mines and Energy Suy Sem earlier this week courted two major Chinese energy companies hoping to draw investment into the sector, according to an announcement released yesterday. The minister met with Sichuan Investment Group, a company that specialises in energy production and infrastructure development, as well as Sino-light Holding International Corporation, a […]

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Cambodia: More cashews to cross the border

With Cambodia endeavouring to simplify the process for obtaining certificates of origin (CO) at the border and streamlining customs procedures, Vietnam just announced plans to increase imports of cashew nuts from the kingdom. Vietnam will up their imports of Cambodian cashews in the near future, Nguyen Duc Thanh, president of the Vietnamese Cashew Nut Association, […]

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Cambodia: For energy independence, government must diversify and invest: experts

Despite Cambodia’s efforts to shore up its energy independence, the government needs to increase homegrown electricity generation to lower prices, ensure investment and meet the Kingdom’s increasing demand for energy, experts said yesterday at a regional energy security forum. Han Phoumin, an energy economist at the Economic Research Institute for Asean and East Asia, said […]

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