Small Planet announces Siem Reap-Tokyo flight 30-10-2018 An Airbus A320-232, operated by charter firm Small Planet Airlines Poland, is seen in Burgas airport, November 19, 2015. REUTERS/Bulphoto Agency Low-cost carrier Small Planet Airlines is planning a direct flight between Siem Reap and Tokyo, with the maiden flight likely to take off early next year, an official at the Ministry of Tourism said. … Continue reading "Small Planet announces Siem Reap-Tokyo flight" [...]
Government urged to facilitate direct flights to Indonesia Sok Chan 17-10-2018 A Lion Air airplane is seen parked at the tarmac of Soekarno-Hatta airport in Jakarta February 20, 2015. REUTERS/Beawiharta Local tour operators and tourism associations are exploring potential tourism markets in Indonesia and urged both the Indonesian and Cambodian governments to facilitate direct flights between the two countries. Speaking at the ‘Sales Mission 10 Indonesia … Continue reading "Government urged to facilitate direct flights to Indonesia Sok Chan" [...]
World Bank predicts 7 percent growth Sok Chan 17-10-2018 World Bank senior economist Miguel Eduardo Sanchez Martin speaks at the event. KT/Chor Sokunthea The World Bank, citing up-beat investor sentiment and a rise in exports, has revised the country’s economic growth upward, estimating it will be 7 percent in 2018, a 0.1 percent increase from an earlier prediction in April. Other international financial institutions … Continue reading "World Bank predicts 7 percent growth Sok Chan" [...]
East Asia and Pacific Growth Remains Resilient Despite Heightened Global Uncertainty, World Bank Says 17-10-2018 MANILA, October 4, 2018 – Despite a less favorable external environment, the growth outlook for developing East Asia and Pacific (EAP) remains positive, according to the latest World Bank economic report on the region. Growth in developing EAP is expected to be 6.3 percent in 2018, lower than in 2017 due to the continued moderation … Continue reading "East Asia and Pacific Growth Remains Resilient Despite Heightened Global Uncertainty, World Bank Says" [...]
City Hall launches five new bus routes 05-10-2018 City Hall yesterday launched five new city bus routes using buses provided by the Japanese government. The Japanese agreed to provide 100 buses and 60 have already been delivered with 20 more arriving today. The rest will be delivered later this year. Phnom Penh Governor Khuong Sreng said yesterday at the launching ceremony that City … Continue reading "City Hall launches five new bus routes" [...]
Svay Rieng to build recycling plant 27-09-2018 Svay Rieng provincial authorities plan to build a factory that recycles plastic waste to make furniture in collaboration with a Japanese company and support from the Japanese International Cooperation Agency, according to officials. Toch Poliva, the deputy provincial governor in charge of the project, yesterday said if all went according to plan, the factory will … Continue reading "Svay Rieng to build recycling plant" [...]