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Minister attached to the Prime Minister Secretary General, Council of the Development of Cambodia.

On behalf of the Council for the Development of Cambodia, I would like to welcome you to this website which represents our continuous endeavors to promote development and investments in the Kingdom.  We aim to accelerate economic growth and attract further investments to Cambodia, a promising open market with steady political stability and proven sustainable growth. Over the past two decades, Cambodia has been transformed from a land in crisis to a land of opportunities. Our economic renaissance has only just begun.Read More»

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Investment Trend

The amount of committed investments in Cambodia grew significantly since 2012, a 24% increasing from US $2.9 Billion in 2012 to US$3.6 Billion in 2016. Over the five-year period, invested capital by local investors accounted for approximately 54% of total investment. Among foreign investors, Chinese investors were the most active. Over the years, almost 90% of total foreign investments came from Asia.

Investment Capital by Country
Year 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Total $2.9 Billion $4.9 Billion $3.9 Billion $4.6 Billion $3.6 Billion
Rank Country % Country % Country % Country % Country %
1 Cambodia 42.08 Cambodia 66.80 Cambodia 64.00 Cambodia 69.28 China 29.92
2 China 20.69 China 15.68 China 24.44 China 18.62 Cambodia 27.55
3 Korea 9.89 Vietnam 6.10 Malaysia 2.18 U.K 3.0 Japan 22.78
4 Japan 9.15 Thailand 4.37 Japan 1.72 Singapre 2.18 Thailand 4.61
5 Malaysia 6.04 Korea 1.76 Korea 1.66 Vietnam 1.92 Korea 4.59
6 Thailand 4.53 Japan 1.59 Vietnam 1.26 Malaysia 1.61 U.S.A 3.38
7 Vietnam 2.89 Malaysia 1.04 UK 1.13 Japan 1.28 Singapore 3.03
8 Singapore 2.59 Singapore 1.03 Singapore 0.89 Thailand 1.18 Vietnam 2.45
9 U.K 0.51 U.K 0.43 Thailand 0.88 Korea 0.21 Korea 0.21
10 U.S.A 0.42 France 0.27 Australia 0.51 Canada 0.19 India 0.55
11 Others 1.21 Others 0.93 Others 1.33 Other 0.53 Others 0.54


The majority of committed investments were in the industrial and infrastructure sectors which together accounted for 72% of total investments in the last five years.

2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2012-2016
Agriculture 556.60 1,128.80 264.70 482.60 478.30 2,911.00
Industries 1,489.70 1,106.70 2,835.60 919.30 1,186.30 7,537.60
Infastructure 227.80 2,620.80 353.50 3,129.80 544.30 6,876.20
Tourism 691.50 106.00 479.60 111.90 1,400.80 2,789.80
Total 2,965.60 4,962.30 3,933.40 4,643.60 3,609.70 20,114.60


 

Note: The data only reflects that of qualified investment projects according to the Law on Investment, thus, excludes investments that are not eligible for investment incentives in sectors such as
Banking, Insurance, and Construction.

 

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