Practical Information and Contacts for Success
Over the past 20 years, Cambodia's GDP growth rate has averaged 7.7% per annum, due to increased manufacturing and exports. Foreign and domestic investment growth continues to provide business opportunities as Cambodia's economy maintains its steady rate of growth. Essential information on regulations and procedures, practical ideas and research data is available for those willing to be part of the growing trade and commerce in this region.
The Kingdom of Cambodia is a country in South East Asia with a population of over 14 million people. The kingdom’s capital and largest city is Phnom Penh. Cambodia is the successor state of the once powerful Hindu and Buddhist Khmer Empire, which ruled most of the Indochinese Peninsula between the 11th and 14th centuries.
This is the first book on the transformations wrought by Cambodia's 2002-08 economic boom. It explores the impact of the boom on governance, economic structure, and opportunities for the poor. It provides new insights into the relationship between economic growth and political stability in post-conflict societies. It is a cross-disciplinary study involving Cambodian and foreign scholars.
This report is a comprehensive research about the conditions of doing business in Cambodia.
The first chapter of the report contains general information on Cambodia, including its geopolitical situation, administrative structure, political system and level of economic development. Special attention is delivered to peculiarities of negotiations conduct in Cambodia.
Late industrializing countries are able to pick strategies for economic development based on the experiences of countries that preceded them. Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam (the CLMV countries) were closed off from the international community for many years, and each began to embrace a market economy at around the same time.
The largest retail branch bank network is built in one of the most formidable environments in the world. This book takes the journey from Year Zero to the present, tracing the trials and triumphs of a group of people as they built an employment generation project for demobilized soldiers in 1992 into the largest commercial retail bank branch network in Cambodia by 2003.
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