Cambodia's Economic Growth Expects To Be 7% In 2012

“Cambodia’s economic growth will stand about 7 per cent this year,” director general of National Bank of Cambodia His Excellency Chea Chanto said. He adds: “Cambodia is trying to diversify its economies to boost the growth.” At the same time, the report from World Bank said: ...

Registered business numbers increased

The number of businesses registered with the Ministry of Commerce climbed by more than 10 per cent year on year during the first half of 2012, ministry data showed. Officials credited the government’s piecemeal efforts to institute a transparent investment policy and gross domestic product growth, ...

Floods force GDP revision

Cambodia has lowered its economic growth projection from 7 to 6 per cent for 2011 after more than a month of flood devastation in the Kingdom and continued economic turmoil in the United States and Europe, Deputy Prime Minister Keat Chhon said yesterday. The full impact ...

ADB sees growth for Kingdom

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) yesterday countered Prime Minister Hun Sen’s prediction that gross domestic product growth will reach 8.7% this year, citing a smaller projection in its annual Asian Development Outlook update. The premier quoted the growth figure in a speech given on Monday, but ...

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