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Why Invest in Cambodia

Economy Overview

Cambodia’s economy is predicted to remain strong and resilient for the next years,fueled by a shift to higher value-added manufacturing despite lingering concerns over political stability and the slowed growth of both the construction and garment sectors, the World Bank said in its latest review of the Cambodian economy.

The Kingdom’s robust GDP growth is expected to reach 6.9 percent in 2018 and remain almost as high at 6.7 percent in 2019, thanks to increased export diversification of footwear, electrical machinery and autoparts along side healthy in flows of foreign direct investment, the World Bank said in its Cambodia Economic Update for October 2017.

Cambodia has every reason to be proud of its economic performance, estimate that real GDP will expand about 7 percent in 2018 because of garment exports and activity in the real estate and construction sectors.

Why Invest in Cambodia

Cambodia is increasingly integrating with the region and has enjoyed a decade of macroeconomic stability and growth.

Last updated: October 2017 Following more than two decades of strong economic growth, Cambodia has attained the lower middle-income status as of 2015, with gross national income (GNI) per capita reaching $1,070. Driven by garment exports and tourism, Cambodia has sustained an average growth rate of 7.6% in 1994-2015, ranking sixth in the world. Economic growth is expected to remain strong over the next two years (6.8% in 2017 and 6.9% in 2018) as recovering tourism activity coupled with fiscal expansion compensate for some moderation in garment exports and construction growth.

Quoted by The World Bank,

Why Invest in Cambodian Property?

  • Strong, Sustained Growth in GDP: 6.5% average for the last 5 years, year on year. No. #21 worldwide in growth, and No. #1 in the region.
  • Secure Assets: Freehold Foreign Ownership Laws and Attractive Long Term Lease Policies.
  • Virgin Investment Territory: Enormous growth potential and very positive appreciation trends in recent years.
  • Secure Assets: Freehold Foreign Ownership Laws and Attractive Long Term Lease Policies.
  • Political Stability: The country has had the same Prime Minister for more than a quarter of a century, the longest serving non-royal leader in South East Asia.
  • Trade Integration: Joined ASEAN for increased access to regional markets; LDC status gives tariff free access to highly developed markets in Europe and Americas.
  • Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) the good track record of improvement combined with so much remaining upside is a situation that is extremely attractive for investors.