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Subject :  Melon, new product from Kg. Speu province
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Posted by: KhmerProducts   On: 2006-03-02   From: cambodia  
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Subject :  Product market and benefits of WTO membership of Cambod....
Comment :  See detail information in Khmer on Open Forum on product market and benefits of WTO membership of Cambodia
 
Posted by: BusinessWatch   On: 2006-03-02   From: cambodia  
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Subject :  India to train Cambodian entrepreneurs
Comment :  Phnom Penh: A Cambodia-India Entrepreneurship Development Centre (CIEDC) was launched Monday as part of efforts to train entrepreneurs and prepare small enterprises face the challenge of globalisation.

The EDC is part of India's support to the Initiative for the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) Integration (IAI). India has already launched Entrepreneurship Development Centres (EDCs) in Laos and Vietnam, and an EDC in Myanmar will be set up soon.

The EDC is expected to spearhead the entrepreneurship development movement in Cambodia and become a centre of excellence to facilitate and create viable and competitive new enterprises. It will also help existing enterprises to face new challenges of competition.

This centre will train and develop the next generation of Cambodian entrepreneurs and increase the number of small and medium enterprises (SME). It will create more jobs and opportunities, according to Pich Sophoan, secretary of state of the ministry of labour and vocational training.

"We hope this centre will help build self confidence and necessary skills that will accelerate the growth of our economy," he stated.

The new centre was made possible as the Indian government supported the IAI by providing funds.

The Cambodian government is giving emphasis on developing the 27,000 odd SMEs that dominate the country's economy.

Source:http://www.newkerala.com/news2.php?action=fullnews&id=16999

 
Posted by: BusinessWatch   On: 2006-02-27   From: Cambodia  
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Subject :  Cambodia-India Entrepreneurship Development Center laun....
Comment :  Cambodia-India Entrepreneurship Development Center (CIEDC) was launched Monday as part of India's support to the Initiative for ASEAN Integration (IAI).

Indian government has already launched Entrepreneurship Development Centers (EDCs) in Laos and Vietnam, and EDC in Myanmar will be set up soon.

The EDC is expected to spearhead the entrepreneurship development movement in Cambodia and become a center of excellence to facilitate and create viable and competitive new enterprises. The EDC will help existing enterprises to face new challenges of competition.

This center will train and develop the next generation of Cambodian entrepreneurs, and increase the number of SMEs (small and medium enterprises). It will create more jobs and opportunities, according to Pich Sophoan, secretary of state of the Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training.

"We hope this center will help build self confidence and necessary skills that will accelerate the growth of our economy as envisioned in the Rectangular Strategy," he added.

The new center was made possible by funding support for the IAI by government of India.

Cambodia houses 27,000 SMEs. The government policy helps develop these SMEs, which were overwhelmingly dominated the country's domestic economy.

Source: Xinhua

 
Posted by: BusinessWatch   On: 2006-02-27   From: Cambodia  
Reply :    Cambodia-India Entrepreneurship Development Center laun....


Subject :  Crown plans to open new beverage can facility in Cambod....
Comment :  Feb 24,2006-The plant is expected to have an annual production capacity of approximately 500 million two-piece, 33cl aluminum beverage cans.

24/02/06 Crown Holdings, Inc., a leading supplier of packaging products worldwide, has announced that its subsidiary, CROWN Asia Pacific Holdings Ltd will construct a new wholly-owned beverage can production facility in Cambodia. Located in the suburbs of the capital city Phnom Penh and close to local customer filling plants, the plant will have an annual production capacity of approximately 500 million two-piece, 33cl aluminum beverage cans. Commercial production is scheduled to begin by mid 2007.

With this investment, Crown will operate ten 2-pc beverage can plants in Asia -- four in China and six plants in South East Asia with two in Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi) and one plant each in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Cambodia.

Crown Holdings, Inc., through its affiliated companies, is a leading supplier of packaging products to consumer marketing companies around the world. World headquarters are located in Philadelphia, PA.

Source from htttp://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/060223/phth020.html?.v=45

 
Posted by: BusinessWatch   On: 2006-02-23   From: Cambodia  
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