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China Sky Railway Group shows plans for Phnom Penh skytrain

China Sky Railway Group, a private Chinese company that produces light rail trains, has announced plans to operate a 10-km rail link between Phnom Penh’s Royal Palace and international airport, according to the China Daily...

28th September 2017

Coporate News

GRAB poised to launch operation in Cambodia

Southeast Asia’s largest ride-hailing platform GRAB is poised to launch operations in Cambodia, where the company could face stiff competition from international giant Uber and several other local platforms...

27th September 2017

Economy & Industry

SECC issues new prakas on dispute resolution in securities sector

The Securities Exchange Commission of Cambodia (SECC) has issued new regulations and procedures for solving dispute involving parties operating in the securities sector...

26th September 2017

Equity Report

1H17 review: earnings rise 2.5% YoY on solid revenue growth

Thanks to increasing cargo traffic, total revenue in the first half of 2017 rose 10.0% YoY to KHR33.33bn. The solid top-line increase was thanks to a robust growth in main sources of revenue including income from stevedoring, lift-on lift-off (LOLO), and port services, which rose 12.4% YoY, 19.6% YoY, and 8.8% YoY, respectively...

18th September 2017

Economy & Industry

Video streaming platforms aim to tap local market

The local market for streaming video on demand (SVOD) has become a whole lot richer recently, with four SVOD service providers—including international heavyweight Netflix, Malaysia-based iFlix, homegrown Sabay’s Soyo, and Westec Media’s JaiKon TV—competing head-to-head for subscribers...

18th September 2017

Economy & Industry

Yuan-riel exchange rate launched

The National Bank of Cambodia and the People’s Bank of China officially launched yesterday the yuan-riel exchange rate that is believed to be important for economic and financial ties between the two countries...

15th September 2017

Coporate News

Sihanoukville SEZ aims for bigger expansion

Sihanoukville Special Economic Zone (SSEZ), which currently boasts 110 tenants with 93 factories in operation on its 525-hectare first-phase development, is proceeding to develop infrastructure on the zone’s remaining 600 hectares, with an aim to attract nearly 200 new tenants in the next five years...

14th September 2017

Economy & Industry

New cement plants to begin operations by year-end

Two new cement plants are expected to begin operations by the end of the year, increasing production capacity to a level that meets domestic demand, according to a state official who said the government would stop issuing new licenses in order to protect dwindling natural resources...

13th September 2017

Economy & Industry

GI status sought for Cambodian prahok

The government is working to get geographical indication (GI) status for Siem Reap prahok in an effort to make the fermented fish paste recognized in international markets...

12th September 2017

Coporate News

Global Purify Power launches its solar project

Global Purify Power (GPP)—a joint venture involving Cambodian, Thai, and Laos investors—started last Friday groundbreaking work on its first solar power project in Kampong Speu province, as part of the company’s plan to invest $400mn to generate 225 MW of solar power...

11th September 2017