ADB projects that Cambodia’s economy will contract by 4% by the end of the year.
A new ecommerce strategy to address how how to best benefit from rapid growth.
While the novel coronavirus fallout is still escalating in Western economies, China’s economic rebound has begun. Global recovery requires multilateral cooperation that China’s new development strategy seeks to foster.
Much remains to be done to increase competitiveness and ensure sustainable growth.
China’s GDP grew 4.9 percent in the third quarter, bringing the growth in the first three quarters to 0.7 percent compared with a year ago.
World Bank forecasts a sharp contraction of -2% for the local economy this year.
PM: Countries around the world have to continue the momentum of globalisation.
ADB revises its 2020 growth forecast, predicting Cambodia’s economy will contract 4%.
IFAD’s country director: Cambodia’s agriculture sector needs to focus on new skills to increase labour productivity.
Cambodia to register its slowest growth since 1994, contracting -1% and -2.9%.
NBC’s Director-General: agriculture could potentially contribute to economic growth.
Iinternational Monetary Fund Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva recommends ways to find solutions
PM says COVID-19 has dramatically affected some economic pillars, especially tourism.
IMF projects for global growth to strengthen to 3.3% this year and 3.4 percent in 2021.
The government has forecast the Kingdom’s real economic growth at an average of 6.1 percent this year.
Since the first law on investment in Cambodia was promulgated in 1994, Cambodia’s moves towards the diversification of the sources of growth and trade partners have produced only limited outcomes.
Widespread unregulated construction projects are a major cause for concern.
Real estate, one of the Kingdom’ economic backbones in terms of economic growth, is predicted to continue to be healthy.
Cambodian ports saw solid growth in both container and tonnage traffic in 2019, as the Gov’t expanded the port’s capacity.
Tourist arrivals to Cambodia are forecasted for continued growth in 2020.
The Central Bank has predicted that the Kingdom’s real economic growth will be maintained at an average 7 percent.
Experts consider what next 12 months may offer – without advantage of 20-20 hindsight
‘GDP fails to measure inequality in wealth, level of poverty’
Over the last two decades, Cambodia has experienced high economic growth at an average of 7 percent of real gross domestic product (GDP).
According to various forecasts, Cambodia’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate is expected to ebb slightly to less than 7 percent growth in 2020 mainly
Listed companies in PPAP and PAS announce that they have experienced strong growth in 2019.
Cambodia’s rapid growth in the past decade has been stunning. Towering buildings, gleaming store windows and busy markets across Phnom Penh obscure signs that some 20 years ago, the country had just emerged from a long and bloody civil war.
The UNDP sought to tackle the issue of growth in SMEs.
Moreno praises the achievements in sustainably developing the economy: Sophalleth.
China’s economic growth slowed further in 2019 because of structural, cyclical and external factors. Nevertheless, the economy is expected to maintain a medium-high rate of growth – likely around 6 percent – in 2020.