International Trade in Cambodia

International Trade in Cambodia

From 2004 to 2007, Cambodia showed high levels of GDP growth, amounting to 10% per year. Due to the effects of global economic sluggishness, growth started to decrease in 2008 and reduced considerably in 2009 (-2%), before resuming growth in 2010 (4.8%). Growth should continue to... Read more

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Overview About International Trade in Cambodia

Economic Overview

From 2004 to 2007, Cambodia showed high levels of GDP growth, amounting to 10% per year. Due to the effects of global economic sluggishness, growth started to decrease in 2008 and reduced considerably in 2009 (-2%), before resuming growth in 2010 (4.8%). Growth should continue to accelerate in 2011.

Textile, tourism and mining are the main growth drivers, however, the country remains highly dependent on foreign aid. Offshore deposits of oil and natural gas have recently been found in Cambodia, a fact that offers the country new economic growth opportunities. Nevertheless the absence of basic infrastructures, the high population growth and the lack of economic development due to years of social unrest are major problems, which negatively affect growth.

In co-operation with international financial institutions (IMF and the World Bank), the governement is attempting to tackle the main challenges: establish economic reforms necessary for developing the private sector, in a way that would create employment of a population that is demographically unbalanced (50% of the population is under 21 years) and unskilled. Ensuring greater budget flexibility, preserving financial st...

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