As the sector expands, allegations of financial institutions engaged in unconventional activities continue to show up like a bad debt
Just as hope in economic recovery glimmered, local Covid-19 transmission debuted, further stressing the already-troubled path
No doubt the vaccine’s arrival will indirectly restore manufacturing activity but industry players must make changes to adapt to a new normal in the global clothing market
The National Bank of Cambodia has got its job cut out in solving multiple problems including low financial inclusion and countless payment app providers. Is Project Bakong the tool that fixes this?
As overall fund size expand so does the pressure on venture capitals and private equities to secure quality investments, essentially making unicorns an unlikely sighting for now
For over a decade, billions of dollars have poured into the construction and real estate sectors, which until last year was not regulated. A year later, the law has yet to take effect, mired by jurisdiction overlaps, slow-to-enact supporting regulations, and apathy
While the development of the app market in the Kingdom has been steady, it is a wonder if policies and skills can retain this pace and fervour in the future
Cambodia’s special tourist policy to revive the economic segment aims to attract investors to its ‘great tourism zone’ but can it finally solve long-drawn setbacks in time?
After years of strong growth, Cambodia comes face-to-face with falling income, dwindling savings and a gaping deficit that will test its mettle
As credit in the microfinance sector expands, borrowers and lenders aim for a win-win outcome, though often that is not the case. Even more so now with the pandemic pushing people into a debt trap