As the American community celebrates our Independence Day in Phnom Penh, many of us will reflect on what it means to be an American living in the Kingdom of Cambodia.
Today the American Chamber of Commerce in Cambodia is a dynamic, growing organisation, contributing to the growth of the Kingdom’s economy and improving Cambodian-American relations. But it was not always so.
January saw the promotion of US-Cambodia partnerships in agriculture – one of the building blocks of the Kingdom’s GDP and a sector that employs millions of Cambodians.
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.
Sunrise Japan Hospital Phnom Penh has in its fourth year of operating quickly become a symbol of the Japanese community helping develop the Kingdom’s medical sector.
When the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Centre (CJCC) was established in 2004, its primary objective was to promote two-way ties between the nations through business, education and cultural exchange activities.
Since establishing operations in Cambodia in 2013, Prudential Cambodia has been committed to raising awareness of the importance of life insurance across the Kingdom.