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The interior of a house in a borey development, which is currently picking up traction again after the commune election.

Boreys back in vogue after commune election jitters

After a quiet start to 2017, Cambodia’s borey market looks to have rebounded post-election, with borey developers witnessing an increase in purchasing activity as confidence in the market once again stabilises.

Thu, 6 July 2017 Siv Meng
Chen Wu, the chief executive officer of J&L Property Development

J&L backed by $35 million JV loan for Skytree project

Located on Street 105, Skytree Condominium developed by J&L Property Development is an exclusive mixed land-use project that boasts a helipad, stylish interior design, quality and fireproof construction materials, and high-end t

Thu, 6 July 2017 Sponsored
Infrastructure like bridges and roads, despite undergoing maintenance, take a long time to complete.

As temples flourish, roads and bridges are in need of repair

The wondrous city of Siem Reap that attracts millions of visitors to its sprawling megalithic grounds full of temples and of the world-famous Angkor Wat has no problem attracting tourists.

Thu, 6 July 2017 Vandy Muong
A shop selling handbags and jewellry inside Diamond Palace XO.

Business centre caters to startups

A new business centre set to open in Phnom Penh will mainly cater to small businesses, in line with the growing trend of startups emerging in the Kingdom.

Thu, 29 June 2017 Vandy Muong
Lim Chhiv Ho speaks at a recent real estate conference in Phnom Penh.

Lim Chhiv Ho: The real estate market is not backing off

Well-connected Lim Chhiv Ho has a reputation for being a savvy businesswoman.

Thu, 29 June 2017 Siv Meng
The Parkway multipurpose project under construction in Toul Kork.

Developers target Toul Kork with multipurpose project

A residential, office and retail project will emerge in Toul Kork in coming years, adding more supply to a real estate market which is already facing lacklustre demand.

Thu, 29 June 2017 Moeun Nhean
One of the older, second-hand buses in Phnom Penh.

100 additional buses descend into city

Phnom Penh’s public transportation sector is set for a boost with the arrival of 100 buses from China, with additional bus routes expected to be added to accommodate the rollout of the bus fleet.

Thu, 29 June 2017 Vandy Muong
The loading dock at the Sihanoukville port is a bustling export and import hub.

Spruiking Sihanoukville’s economic prospects

The government’s hopes of turning Sihanoukville into a major industrial hub have experts touting the coastal town’s strong economic potential, with commentators agreeing that the province has a range of diversified opportunities for

Thu, 29 June 2017 Siv Meng
The Dara Sakor Seashore Resort, part of a $3.8 billion tourism project spearheaded by UDG, is located on 45,000 hectares of commissioned land. Facebook

Koh Kong airport confirmed to begin construction in early 2018

The international airport to be built in Koh Kong province will kick off construction in January next year, according to a spokesman from the State

Thu, 22 June 2017 Siv Meng
A man walks past the current office of Sathapana Bank. It is set to move into new headquarters on Norodom Boulevard in 2019.

Sathapana Bank merges finance with real estate

Major Japanese companies are diving even deeper into Cambodia’s real estate and financial market, the latest being Sathapana Bank Plc investing an undisclosed amount into its new 22-storey headquarters in Phnom Penh’s unofficial Cen

Thu, 22 June 2017 Siv Meng