- 1 January 2013
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Vietnamese enterprises so far have invested in 124 projects in Cambodia with total registered capital of some US$2.5 billion, four times higher than the figure in 2009. As such, Vietnam is now among the top five investors in Cambodia, said the Association of Vietnamese Investors in ...
- 2 December 2011
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Dragon Capital, a Vietnam-based private equity firm, has announced that it is planning to launch a fund in Cambodia next year, the second such fund to be announced by a Vietnamese company this year. The firm’s CEO, Dominic Scriven, said that the initial fund would close ...