They say all good things must come to an end, perhaps not “the” end. A slowdown in real estate and construction credit growth, in light of the current economic landscape, might not be a bad thing.
The Kingdom’s rice sector, already challenged by climate change, survives under the throes of a symptomatic, disjointed adaptation and mitigation effort.
Cambodia's fast pace construction sector is slowing to a trundle on the back of a construction materials supply disruption from China caused by the Covid-19 outbreak.
Cambodia's construction and industry boom has forced it to move fast to meet energy demands, even if that scuppers climate mitigation efforts.
For nearly two decades, the Kingdom's gross domestic product recorded exceptional performance, buoyed by foreign investment, grant and robust exports. But Covid-19 and the partial loss of EBA could put an end to the good times.
Robust investment is changing Phnom Penh's landscape, slowly erasing the tightly-woven identity of a city ravaged by a series of wars.
It is a great pleasure to be sharing this message with the Cambodian people on the occasion of the birthday of His Majesty the Emperor of Japan.
The wave of consumerism spreading across the Kingdom is encouraging more Japanese investors to consider Cambodia as an attractive market in the region to promote their products and services.
While Japan’s reconstruction efforts in Cambodia don’t appear to be slowing down even after nearly 30 years, they could take a different direction in the coming years.
After working on developing the Cambodian legal system, top lawyer Sadao Matsubara – head of the Japan Desk at leading Cambodian law firm HBS Law – dedicated his efforts to facilitating Japanese investors to do business in the Kingdom.