Harta Packaging bets on Cambodian growth
ENGLISH ONLY: Malaysia-based Harta Packaging Industries Sdn Bhd opened a new Cambodian factory to meet the demands of a growing exports sector and benefit from Sihanoukville port’s ambitious expansion plans, officials said.
Cambodia: Slight rise in truck numbers
ENGLISH ONLY: The total number of new trucks registered last year increased slightly, but industry insiders said that even though more trucks are needed to boost the Kingdom’s trading volume, the country’s export capacity is relatively unaffected because of trucks bought in previous years.
Burger King poised to rule budding fast-food market
ENGLISH ONLY: After having conquered Vietnam, Burger King – which opened its first Cambodian branch at the Phnom Penh International Airport on February 24 – now has plans to reign in the Kingdom.
First crop of stevia in Cambodia is successful: company
ENGLISH ONLY: Stevia Nutra Corporation, a Canadian agro-company, said in a press release on Friday that the initial growing season of stevia, commonly known as sweetleaf, in Cambodia was successfully completed.
Vehicle registration in Cambodia grows
ENGLISH ONLY: An absence of public transport, improved roads and the economic development of Cambodia’s rural areas was reflected in an increase in vehicle registrations by 7.7 per cent from 2011 to 2012, official data shows.
Women in Cambodian Business : Action plan needed
ENGLISH ONLY: As Cambodia marks International Women’s Day, a UN official has noted the importance of addressing workplace violence and harassment in the country’s National Action Plan to Prevent Violence Against Women.
Artists: Phnom Penh Beats and Treasures | From Apsara to Zen
What do alternative rock stars, artists and the royals have in common? You can meet all of them during your next visit to the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh. Here is who they are.
Charcoal in Cambodia : Going black before going green
ENGLISH ONLY: Hidden in the labyrinth of Stung Meanchey province’s factories, the Sustainable Green Fuel Enterprise (SGFE) found a cleaner way to produce charcoal: from coconut shells and industry leftovers.
Study in Cambodia – Graduates lacking skills : report
ENGLISH ONLY: Even though about 50 per cent of Cambodian university students study business management, the banking sector has been hesitant to recruit them, insiders said yesterday.
Manager in Cambodia: „Associate with the right people“
ENGLISH ONLY: With a broad smile, 37 year-old manager Om Seng Bora describes the day that got the ball rolling, the day that marked his first step in becoming an entrepreneur.
Cambodia: Women making mark in work force, but progress still slow
ENGLISH ONLY: Channda Sok enters the conference room in a smart pinstriped blouse. After having introduced herself politely, the vice president talks about the Cambodian Women Entrepreneurs Association (CWEA): “We help our members to exchange [views] about daily challenges.”
Move to lift energy efficiency in Cambodia
ENGLISH ONLY: A national energy efficiency policy is currently in development, officials told the Post last week. Experts at the Ministry of Industry, Mines, and Energy (MIME) and the multi-donor fund EU Energy Initiative Partnership Dialogue Facility (EUEI PDF) are in discussions about details of the policy, which they plan to publish in May.
Private schools on the rise in Cambodia
ENGLISH ONLY: Northbridge International School Cambodia (NISC) was originally founded in 1997 as a US school. Soon after, the management decided to develop the school to international standards and to offer a fully accredited Western curriculum.
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