WorldBridge Industrial Developments Co Ltd on November 27 broke ground on its long-awaited WorldBridge i4.0 SME Cluster zone in Kandal province.
The Japanese-led multilateral lender Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a $70 million loan to improve the capacity of agribusinesses in six provinces across Cambodia to process key agricultural products, it said in a press release on November 27.
Stung Treng provincial authorities will work with integrated food-distribution company Hun Ty Co Ltd to exploit the province’s potential for crop cultivation and potentially set up a processing plant for export down the line, provincial administration spokesman Men Kung told The Post on November 26.
Bangkok-listed 7-Eleven franchise operator CP All Plc on November 24 reiterated that its plan to launch the US-based convenience store in Cambodia and Laos next year is still in motion.
Power outages used to be a common occurrence in the Kingdom due to an insufficient supply of electricity and a lack of high-voltage transmission lines.
The Royal Group of Companies Ltd, a leading local conglomerate, will invest in the construction of a 100sq km special economic zone (SEZ) in Koh Kong province’s Botum Sakor National Park.
Kampot province has becomes the home of a new $9 million brickworks that was officially inaugurated on November 22.
The Ministry of Commerce on November 19 cancelled the 15th edition of the Cambodia Import-Export Goods Exhibition due to Covid-19 concerns.
A $20 million government agricultural initiative achieved remarkable results in its three years of operation but still fell far short of its target, the General Directorate of Agriculture reported.
The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries and the Khmer-Australian Association of Victoria Inc on November 19 slapped down allegations linking milled-rice exports to Australia with human rights abuses.