Business in Asia covers business, economic, and cultural topics for Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. The site also offers statistical data for each country.

The Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC) is the highest decision-making level of government for private and public sector investment in Cambodia. The Cambodian Investment Board (CIB) and Cambodian Special Economic Zone Board (CSEZB) are both sub-groups of the CDC. The CDC provides the latest investment information, laws and regulations, a country overview, investment schemes, as well as information on the current investment environment. Some sections are only available in Japanese and Khmer.

The National Bank of Cambodia (NBC) is responsible for determining monetary policy objectives; monitoring monetary and exchange policies; and licensing, delicensing, regulating, and supervising banks and financial institutions in Cambodia. This website contains information on current and past legislation, economic research — including exchange rates, interest rates, and the country liquidity — as well as publications, news, and events from the bank.

The National Institute of Statistics (NIS) functions as an integral part of the Ministry of Planning of Cambodia. The website offers statistics on demographics, the consumer price index, and national accounts. The NIS site has some publications listed that are only available for purchase.