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Cambodia’s Hun Sen, Asia’s longest-serving PM, continues to quell the Opposition

For the past 35 years, the former French colony of Cambodia is ruled by the 68-year-old Prime Minister Hun Sen, Asia’s longest serving head of the government.

Cambodia: practical ideas for MSMEs on how to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic

The Ministry of Industry Science Technology and Innovation (MISTI) and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) have jointly published guidance for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) on recovery from the COVID-19 crisis in the Khmer language.

Upgrading Cambodia’s quality infrastructure

The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and the Ministry of Industry and Handicraft (MIH), in partnership with the Republic of Korea, have conducted a training programme to sensitize policymakers to the requirements for upgrading the country’s quality infrastructure (QI).

Solid Export Performance and Strong Domestic Demand Drive the Cambodia’s Growth

The economy remained robust, underpinned by solid export performance and strong domestic demand, according to the latest edition of the World Bank’s Cambodia Economic Update report, released today.

ADB, Cambodia Sign Deals to Improve Water Supply, Financial Sector Development

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Cambodia’s Ministry of Economy and Finance today signed two agreements worth $89 million that will boost rural areas’ access to water supply and sanitation services and improve the country’s financial sector development efforts.

ADB Continues Support for Cambodia’s Financial Sector Development

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a $40 million policy-based loan for the second phase of a program that is supporting the Government of Cambodia’s efforts to develop an efficient and stable financial sector that promotes greater financial inclusion and sustainable development.

Indo-China integration meets Cambodia’s interests

Cambodia, which is located between Thailand and Vietnam and has a 440-kilometer coastal zone which is separated from the rest of the country by a mountain ridge, is in need of a “third neighbor” in order to survive economically and politically, and for improving its export opportunities.

World Bank: Cambodia’s economy achieves robust growth in 2018

The Cambodian economy grew 7.5 percent in 2018, according to the World Bank’s Cambodia Economic Update, released today. This better-than-expected growth was driven largely by the rapid expansion of exports and ongoing construction boom.

Sustainable development by 2030: Achievable in Cambodia and Asia and the Pacific

Cambodia’s recent development story has much in common with the broader region. Phenomenal growth has changed its economy and society beyond recognition.