Cambodia eyes SEZ for South Korean investors

Increased trade and financial cooperation envisaged under 'strategic partnership’ between Phnom Penh and Seoul.

Cambodia will consider setting up a special economic zone (SEZ) for South Korean investors with a focus on small and medium-sized companies and high-tech industries.


The move is part of  “strategic partnership” between the two countries, announced after a meeting between Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Manet and South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol in Seoul on May 16.

In a joint statement on the new partnership, the two sides welcomed an upward trend in Korean investment in Cambodia and a post-pandemic recovery in bilateral trade.

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