Shoes and other footwear will be taxed by the EU from Aug 12.
Having a FTA with more trade partners would help mitigate the Kingdom’s loss from EBA withdrawal.
Deputy PM: Cambodia and China to sign FTA ahead of the EU’s partial EBA withdrawal.
3 garment associations appeal to EU Parliament to postpone the EBA withdrawal.
Garment sector is still struggling to make up for partial loss of EU zero-tax trade deal.
The EU has pledged to support Cambodia’s economic recovery and job creation.
The recent dialogue between PM and Kem Sokha has brought hope.
The European Branded Clothing Alliance asks the EU to postpone withdrawing EBA.
Cambodia’s hopes to outgrow Least-Developed Country status by 2025 are hit.
Kingdom’s real economic growth will slow to around 2.5% this year: World Bank.
Income tax exemptions for the textile and garment, footwear and luggage sectors.
The economy of Cambodia is to suffer the effects of two hard blows in the coming months and years. (EBA) scale back and (COVID-19) pandemic.
EU slashed benefits for Cambodia over the kingdom’s human rights record: Officials.
Sokha will not be released from his treason trial in exchange for the EBA: PM.
PM reiterates to Chinese investors in the garment sector to not relocate.
Cambodian real estate sector could be facing a much bigger problem
H&M says it will make an evaluation over the business impact of EBA withdrawal.
Chan Sophal says both EBA and the epidemic are threatening Cambodia’s economy.
Unless the EU Parliament object, the suspension will take effect on August 12.
GMAC expresses its disappointment with the partial EBA deal suspension.
Labour Ministry vows to continue promote workers’ rights amid EBA partial withdrawal.
If ratified starting from August, tariffs will be applied to 20% of the exports to EU.
Ministry of Labour says EBA cut is not the chief challenge to country’s economy
Ruling CPP spokesman says the government won’t bow down to any pressure.
The European Union announces the partial removal of the Kingdom’s Everything-but-Arms trade status.
As expected, the European Commission (EC) recommended to partially revoke preferential trade treatment under the Everything but Arms (EBA) trade deal last night.
EU announces to partially remove the Kingdom’s Everything-but-arms trade status.
PM vows to hit back if the EU revoked the Kingdom’s EBA trade preference scheme.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has reportedly asked Prime Minister Hun Sen not to bow to European Union over the Everything-but-arms preferential trade status
The government has forecast the Kingdom’s real economic growth at an average of 6.1 percent this year.