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Vietnamese Minister of Industry and Trade Nguyen Hong Dien held a working session with Cambodian ambassador Chay Navuth in Hanoi on May 6 to discuss measures to strengthen bilateral ties across trade, industry and energy. Dien expressed his belief that under the leadership of the Cambodian government and with prevention and control measures, Cambodia will
The crocodile market in Cambodia has lost its bite this year on slow demand from neighbouring countries, especially Vietnam, due to cross-border restrictions hindering shipments of the creatures. Female crocodiles typically lay eggs in February-May each year, which hatch from early April through July. Because there are no clear standards for raising the animals or
Local demand for domestic durian will be high this year as border restrictions complicate the entry of imports from neighbouring countries, according to Cambodian vendors and growers. Khim Bunleng, founder of the "King of Durian" shops in Phnom Penh, told The Post on May 10 that his two branches plan to buy about 200 tonnes
A 265MW coal-fired power plant in Oddar Meanchey province is scheduled to begin operations early next year as construction of the plant's infrastructure and transmission line connecting to East Siem Reap Substation nears completion, according to deputy provincial governor Di Rado. In February last year, the government approved Han Seng Coal Mine Co Ltd's (HSCMC)
The private sector experienced a wave of renewed optimism that mango would become a valuable agro-industrial export and prove particularly attractive to investors, after Cambodia on May 7 shipped around 100 tonnes of fresh mangoes to China, in the Kingdom's inaugural direct export of the fruit to the East Asian market. Cambodia and China jointly
Cambodia is well-prepared to minimise economic risks when it graduates from its Least Developed Countries status, according to a senior official at the Ministry of Commerce on May 7. Four LDCs – Cambodia, Laos, Bangladesh and Nepal – met at a virtual workshop last week to explore potential solutions for managing a smooth exit from