Cambodia to Export Bananas to China

Cambodia and China on Thursday [2 August 2018] signed a protocol of phytosanitary requirements that will make way for the exports of yellow bananas from Cambodia to China. The protocol was inked here between Cambodian Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Veng Sakhon and Chinese Ambassador to Cambodia Xiong Bo under the presence of Cambodian

Hong Kong Investment Company to Construct Cassava Processing Factory in Cambodia

Green Leader (Cambodia) Co., Ltd, a subsidiary of China’s Hong Kong-based Green Leader Holdings Group, on Sunday [1 April 2018] began the construction of its first cassava processing plant in Cambodia’s southeastern Kratie province…Full Article: Xinhua Apr 2018 Key Points Within 5 years (~2023), Green Leader Holdings Group (HKG: 0061) hopes to have 20 cassava

Two Companies from Jilin Province Sign MoU to Construct Rice Storage Facility in Cambodia

A proposal for a massive warehouse and silo that has attracted two Chinese investors aims to fill the Kingdom’s conspicuous gap in paddy rice storage capacity, which still falls 60 percent short of the level needed for the country to achieve its goal of 1 million tonnes of annual rice exports…Full Article: The Phnom Penh

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,