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Cambodia: Construction stays strong

Cambodia’s construction sector remained strong during the first four months of this year following a nearly 20 per cent drop last year, according to Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction figures. According to the data, in the first four months of this year the Kingdom’s construction investment capital amounted to $2.742 billion, an […]

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Cambodia urges tourism training on par with Asean

Cambodia is calling for the establishment of tourism institutes and universities to provide relevant skills in compliance with an Asean curriculum, Minister of Tourism Thong Khon said. He was speaking during the Sub-Forum on Yunnan-South Asia & Southeast Asia Tourism Vocational Education and Personnel Training Exchange and Cooperation in China’s southwestern city of Kunming in […]

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Cambodia: Kingdom prepares first fertilizer shipment

In partnership with a Japanese firm, Bayon Heritage Holding Group plans to ship 600 tonnes of organic fertilizer to different Asian markets. For in depth analysis of Cambodian Business, visit Capital Cambodia Bayon Heritage will become the first local company to export the product, the company chairman and CEO, Sokheang Chan, told Khmer Times. Shipments will be […]

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Cambodia Announces Withholding Tax Exemption

The Royal Government of Cambodia has decided to exempt the 1% withholding tax for all enterprises as an encouragement and incentive for all investors in the country. The decision was announced in a press release of the Ministry of Economy and Finance made public yesterday evening. According to the same source, the announcement followed […]

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WB: Cambodia among the fastest electrifying

Cambodia is currently among the fastest electrifying countries in the world, with coverage reaching 89.1 per cent as of the end of 2017, a newly published World Bank report says. The Kingdom has made significant progress in providing access to electricity, becoming one of four countries to have electrified at a rate of around eight […]

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