The Ministry of Commerce on Tuesday called on local producers to display their products at the upcoming Home-Made Product Exhibition to be held from March 5-8 in an effort to promote the Kingdom’s products among consumers and slashing imports.
Minister of Mines and Energy Suy Sem has assured the public that Cambodia will not suffer power shortages during the next dry season.
With the threat of losing trade privileges in the EU drawing closer, the government is taking measures to reduce logistics and transportation costs to safeguard the Kingdom’s competitiveness.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Friday called on the Vietnamese to invest in the Kingdom’s rice processing sector.
A Chinese company is eyeing an investment of “millions of dollars” in Kampong Speu province’s cotton industry, governor Vei Samnang told The Post on Sunday.
Hyundai Mao Legacy Co Ltd on Wednesday held the grand opening of its $10-million mango processing plant in Kampong Speu province’s Phnom Sruoch district, marking a significant milestone for the Kingdom’s agribusinesses and export industry.
The Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC) announced it will introduce smart technology solutions to bolster efficiency in the textile industry as it works to embrace the forthcoming Fourth Industrial Revolution.
The General Directorate of Rubber announced a joint study on family-owned rubber plantations in three provinces to better understand how growers have responded to the sharp drop in rubber prices over the past nine years.
A shortage of workers in Vietnam – a huge beneficiary of the US trade war with China – is getting severe that some furniture makers are now scouting Cambodia and Bangladesh for factories, said the CEO of Haverty Furniture Co, Clarence Smith.
Jinkosolar Holding Co Ltd has announced it is to supply photovoltaic panels for three solar power plants in Cambodia with a combined capacity of 150MW.