Cambodia Looks to the Future By Luring Back Western Investors

The IMF sees significant downside risks as Cambodia slips on corruption index.

Cambodia’s government has embarked on a diplomatic charm offensive aimed at luring back the Western goodwill and investors who were pushed out by an unprecedented influx of Chinese money and a crackdown on political opposition and the independent press that began in 2016.

The United States, Australia, Japan, France, and Germany are among the list of countries targeted with an unending stream of press releases and positive news stories in the local media highlighting strategic partnerships, and requests for aid packages, investors, and tourists.

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