Cambodia attracts US$3.6bil FDI in 2019, 43% from China

Cambodia attracted foreign direct investment (FDI) worth nearly US$3.6bil in 2019, up 12% year-on-year, an English-language daily reported on Friday (Jan 10).

Forty-three per cent of the last year’s FDI came from China, as 11% from South Korea, 7% from Vietnam, 6% from Singapore, 6% from Japan, and the rest from other nations, the Khmer Times reported, citing a National Bank of Cambodia’s (NBC) economic report.

The report forecast that the inflow of FDI into the country will rise 10% in 2020, reaching US$3.95bil.

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