Cambodian-Hong Kong Joint Venture Signs MoU with Cambodia’s Ministry of Agriculture to Develop Fish Farm

A Chinese firm has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries to develop an industrial-sized fish farm, the country’s first facility on such a large scale. Jianyutang (Cambodia) Fish­­­ery will be responsible for building fish stocks to manage sustainable fisheries, developing aquaculture technology, generate investment, and promoting more

Shandong-based Company Signs Agricultural MoU with Cambodia

Cambodia signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Agricultural Development with a Chinese company from east China’s Shandong province on Wednesday [19 October 2016]. The deal was inked between Veng Sakhon, Cambodian Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fishery, and Shen Chen, chairman of Tian Rui (Cambodia) Agricultural Cooperation Special Economic Zone…Full Article: Xinhua Oct 2016

Chinese Investors Flock to Cambodia’s Agriculture Sector

Chinese investors are rushing to invest in agriculture in Cambodia, drawn by ideal farming conditions and the sound relationship between the two countries, although there are challenges such as Cambodia’s underdeveloped infrastructure and limited fundraising channels, insiders said Sunday…Full Article: ECNS.cn Oct 2016 Key Points According to the Chairman of the Cambodia-Chinese Association for Development,

Beijing Engineering Company Signs MoU with Cambodian Petrochemical Company to Construct a Fertilizer Factory in Sihanoukville Province

Cambodian and Chinese companies on Wednesday [4 May 2016] signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the construction of a chemical fertilizer plant in southwestern Cambodia’s Preah Sihanouk province. The MoU was inked here between Hann Khieng, managing director of Cambodian Petrochemical Company, and Zhang Jun, chairman of China Huanqiu Contracting and Engineering Corp…Full Article:

Quanzhou, Fujian Province, Looks to Be an Import Hub for Cambodian Rice

Increasingly closer ties between Phnom Penh and Beijing are spurring a rise of Chinese investment into the Kingdom, with businesses from the world’s second-largest economy now taking a closer look at Cambodia’s agricultural sector, Chinese officials said during a press tour last week to the country’s eastern Fujian province. Executives in Fujian see Cambodia as

Chinese-backed Sugar Mill Begins Operation in Northern Cambodia

Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday [18 April 2016] opened the country’s biggest sugar mill, a $360 million Chinese-owned plant in Preah Vihear [northern Cambodia] that will produce half a-million tons a year, and called for more investment from the world’s second-largest economy. The plant, set in a 43,422-hectare sugar plantation, will also generate about 30

Cambodia to Supply China with Corn, Soybeans, Mangoes, and Bananas

China will increase its agricultural imports from Cambodia to include bananas, mango and soybeans, having already signed a food safety and health protocol for the import of corn last year, according to the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries. Agriculture Minister Ouk Rabun, speaking at an annual review meeting on last Wednesday [8 April 2015],