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Tourism industry unruffled by election – experts

Posted by Cambodia Tourism on July 11, 2018
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Tourism officials and industry insiders say the upcoming election is not affecting the flow on tourists into the Kingdom. Kong Sophearak, director of the Statistics Department of the Ministry of Tourism, told Khmer Times that despite this month’s election and the ongoing political rallies throughout the country, the number of

Cambodia Airways’ maiden flight takes to the skies

Posted by Cambodia Tourism on July 11, 2018
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The local aviation industry welcomed a new player yesterday, with Cambodia Airways’ maiden flight taking to the skies in Phnom Penh and landing in Siem Reap. The new airline is a locally-owned and operated enterprise and part of Prince International Airlines Company Limited. It will prioritise the development of domestic routes

Aviation training programme winds up

Posted by Cambodia Tourism on July 7, 2018
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The project to build a civil aviation centre in Phnom Penh, a programme funded by the Korean government, officially came to an end yesterday, with Cambodians taking over instructor positions that were being held by Korean aviation professionals. Located at Phnom Penh’s international airport, the Civil Aviation Training Centre (CATC),

Organic programme on track to yield 5,000 tonnes of produce in 2018

Posted by Cambodia Tourism on July 7, 2018
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A programme launched last year to boost agricultural production in eight key provinces is expected to produce more than 5,000 tonnes of chemical-free vegetables in 2018, twice as much as last year’s production, according to the Ministry of Agriculture. ‘Boosting Food Projection 2017-2019’ is a government programme with a budget

Kampot pepper yields to drop

Posted by Cambodia Tourism on July 7, 2018
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Production of Kampot pepper, the first Cambodian product to obtain geographical indication status, is expected to drop this year due to heavy rains throughout the year, according to producer associations. Kampot pepper output is forecast at 70 or 75 tonnes in 2018, compared to the 80 tonnes that were produced