The Kingdom’s international gold and dollar reserves have reached $21.3 billion, sufficient to guarantee the next 10 months of goods and services imports. This amount is in excess of the three-month minimum requirement for developing countries according to the annual report from the National Bank of Cambodia (NBC). The NBC stated the level of international […]
As Cambodia works towards its goal of de-dollarising the economy, its dual-currency system is bolstering the population’s purchasing power while other emerging economies struggle to keep pace with the rising greenback. A Bloomberg report from earlier this week said most developing nations’ currencies have experienced a slump over the past two weeks while the US […]
Following a run of significant share price increases early this past week, Cambodia Securities Exchange-listed Phnom Penh SEZ Plc (PPSP), dropped yesterday to 1,460 riels per share
A senior official at the Ministry of Economy and Finance said the government’s driving principles to restore the economy post-COVID-19 from 2021-2023 will be strategic
Cambodia has recorded Kampot Pepper as the first geographical indication (GI) registered via the Geneva Act of WIPO’s Lisbon System, which provides protection for names
At its Friday meeting on the study and formulation on the good use of trade agreements in promoting exports, the Ministry of Commerce announced research is currently
Agriculture brought the Kingdom $4.037 billion in exports alone during 2020. Products grown included cassava, mangoes, bananas and peppers among many other agro-products
The bilateral trade between Cambodia and South Korea was valued at $884 million as of December 2020, a year-on-year decrease of 14 percent.
The house-plant market is undergoing new growth as the result of several contributing factors, ranging from the purported mental and physical benefits of living amid plants
The launch of Cambodia’s National Cassava Policy 2020-2025 yesterday delivered new energy to the boosting of production and exports for the crop.