A delegation from the GTCC (German Thai Chamber of Commerce) has last Friday concluded a three day visit to Cambodia. On the agenda were an extensive briefing by Eurocham Cambodia on the investment climate in the Kingdom, on Eurocham committees and their activities, a networking event hosted by the ADW, a briefing at the CDC (Council for the Development of Cambodia) and a a site visit at Phnom Penh Special Economic Zone.
The OAV (German Asia-Pacific Business Association) is opening an exhibition on March 11th featuring the works of Cambodian artist Son Non, as well as photographs from a solar power project in Chbar Chros village supported by the Stiftung Asienbruecke, a non-profit organization helping with infrastructure projects in a range of developing countries.
In January 2016, a development partnership was launched between the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and ‘The Pepper Hill’, an organic farm in the Southern Cambodian region of Kampot that cultivates the region’s traditional spice, pepper. The promotion of the organic cultivation of pepper is intended to boost development in Kampot.
On March 11th, the Porsche Center Phnom Penh celebrates its one year anniversary with a lavish event, during which the car maker's latest 911 model will be unveiled for the first time in the Kingdom. The iconic brand has officially opened its doors in February 2015, completing the range of German premium car brands now available from official dealerships in Cambodia.
The Porsche Centre Phnom Penh has also been certified for reaching 100% of the Global Porsche Service Dealer Standards during a review in November 2015 – full compliance to international Porsche processes and standards has been achieved only 9 months after the official opening of the Porsche center in Phnom Penh in February 2015.