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  • YCH signed on for major logistics hub

    The Ministry of Public Works and Transport and Singapore-based YCH Group on March 4 signed a Framework of Agreement (FA) to develop the highly-anticipated Phnom Penh Logistics Complex (PPLC) in a move to integrate Cambodia’s logistics system into regional and global supply chains and propel the Kingdom towards long-term economic growth.

  • Government schedules June 5 for 2022 commune elections

    The government has set June 5 as the date to hold the 2022 commune elections. The decision was made official in a sub-decree signed by Prime Minister Hun Sen on March 1.

YCH signed on for major logistics hub

The Ministry of Public Works and Transport and Singapore-based YCH Group on March 4 signed a Framework of Agreement (FA) to develop the highly-anticipated Phnom Penh Logistics...

Is there a looming credit risk in Cambodia’s banking sector?

As the moratorium on debt repayment comes off sometime this year, the pressure of meeting loan repayment obligations might pose a risk to both loan providers and takers

Barcelona downs Sevilla with epic comeback to reach Copa del Rey final

Barcelona needed extra-time to reach the Copa del Rey final on March 3, with a 3-2 aggregate win over Sevilla coming just two days after a police raid on the club and the arrest...

Sustainable energy key for Asia-Pacific

The past year is one that few of us will forget. While the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic have played out unevenly across Asia and the Pacific, the region has been spared many of the worst effects seen in other parts of the world.

Tourism loss means peace and quiet for Angkor Park

Angkor Wat is not as deathly quiet as it was back when it was rediscovered by the French explorer Henri Mouhot in the 1840s.