Prime Minister Hun Sen

Over $100 m for the first-ever biggest cement factory in Cambodia 0

The cement factory plant is a joint venture between Cambodia’s Cement Construction Resource Co., Ltd  and Urec Overseas Investment Co., Ltd.

The cement factory plant is a joint venture between Cambodia’s Cement Construction Resource Co., Ltd and Urec Overseas Investment Co., Ltd.

Reposted from Cambodia News
By Heng Neang

Phnom Penh: With more than US$100 million investment, Chakrey Ting Cement Factory in Kampot province will start operating soon and it will become the first-ever biggest cement factory in the country. More…

Obama Presses Cambodia PM on Human Rights 0

United States and Cambodia developing a deeper relationship

United States and Cambodia developing a deeper relationship

Reposted from Voice of America

U.S. President Barack Obama has voiced concerns about Cambodia’s human rights record in what U.S. officials describe as a “tense” meeting with Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen. More…

Business summits set to start 0

Areas of focus during the summit will be opportunities and challenges of expanding markets in East Asia, the potential of renewable energy in ASEAN and capitalising on ASEAN connectivity

Areas of focus will be expanding markets in East Asia, the potential of renewable energy in ASEAN and capitalising on ASEAN connectivity

Reposted from The Phnom Penh Post
By May Kunmakara

Prime Minister Hun Sen will open the 2012 ASEAN Business and Investment Summit, to run from the 17th to the 18th, in Phnom Penh tomorrow, ahead of the 21st ASEAN Summit on Monday. More…

Obama visit should firm up US policy on Asia 0

US to move faster to normalize relations with Myanmar

US to move faster to normalize relations with Myanmar

Reposted from Mizzima
By Kavi Chongkittavorn

Freshly re-elected US President Barack Obama’s visit to Thailand, Myanmar [Burma] and Cambodia later this week will be an extremely important step to firm up his Asia-Pacific policy, often described as a “pivot” to the region. More…

Hong Kong seeks trade ties 0

Hong Kong eyes investment opportunities throughout Cambodia

Hong Kong eyes investment opportunities throughout Cambodia

Reposted from The Phnom Penh Post
By Erika Mudie

During a visit to Phnom Penh this week, Greg So, Hong Kong’s Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development, reiterated Hong Kong’s desire to be inducted into the ASEAN-China Free Trade Agreement and highlighted Cambodia as a potential beneficiary for foreign direct investment from Hong Kong. More…

Hun Sen announces new airport 0

Kampong Chhnang will become the site for an international airport in the future

Kampong Chhnang will become the site for an international airport in the future

Reposted from The Phnom Penh Post
By Rann Reuy

Prime Minister Hun Sen requisitioned 768 hectares of land on Saturday that will be used to build an international airport in Kampong Chhnang after 2025. More…

Investors to Pay Land Tax 0

Investors to pay  a U.S. $5 per hectare tax beginning six years into their leases

Investors to pay a U.S. $5 per hectare tax beginning six years into their leases

Reposted from Radio Free Asia
By Rachel Vandenbrink

Cambodia said Friday it will impose a new tax on investors who receive land from the government for agriculture development as a U.N. expert warned about the lack of transparency in allocation of land concessions that could hinder the country’s growth. More…

Phnom Penh’s second airport takes off 0

Cambodia set to build a new international airport in Phnom Penh

Cambodia set to build a new international airport in Phnom Penh

Reposted by The Phnom Penh Post
By May Kunmakara

Prime Minister Hun Sen announced yesterday that Cambodia is going to build a new international airport in Phnom Penh, in response to the rising number of passengers received every year. The Kingdom is expected to get seven million tourists a year by 2020. More…

Cambodia Targets Seven Million Foreign Tourists In 2020 0

Cambodia planning to build two international airports

Cambodia planning to build two international airports

Reposted from BERNAMA

PHNOM PENH, Sept 20 (Bernama) — Cambodia is expected to attract seven million foreign tourists by 2020, with an estimated annual revenues of US$5 billion that year, Prime Minister Hun Sen said on Thursday. More…

Japanese investors meet with PM amid growing opportunities 0

Japanese investors consider investment opportunities in the field of agriculture, mining, and energy sectors

Japanese investors consider investment opportunities in the field of agriculture, mining, and energy sectors

Reposted From The Phnom Penh Post
By Anne Renzenbrink

Prime Minister Hun Sen received a visiting delegation of Japanese investors on Friday, according to the national news agency Agence Kampuchea Presse. More…

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