World Bank forecasts 5.8 per cent growth for Cambodia in 2024

Cambodia’s economic growth will improve to 5.8 per cent in 2024, up from 5.4 per cent in 2023, a World Bank’s senior economist said on Monday.

The South-East Asian country’s growth is traditionally driven by garment export, tourism, agriculture, as well as construction and real estate.

“The main drivers of growth are the revival of services and goods export, as global trade recovers,” Aaditya Mattoo, chief economist of the World Bank’s East Asia Pacific Region, said during a video press conference on the launch of the East Asia and Pacific Economic Update report.

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