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Kampong Cham Province

1. Provincial Government Policies for Investment Promotion

1)      Special features or strong points of the Province in terms of the investment (*2) (*5)

  1. One of the provinces which have the most open and transparent policies and regulations on trading activities, i.e., lowest entry costs, most secure property rights, lowest time of regulatory compliance and highest private sector participation in policy.
  2. Strategic location to be a central transport hub linking Cambodia and both Thailand and Vietnam supported by various transport infrastructure, i.e., road network, railway, river boats.
  3. Abundant labor supply with almost 60% of the population under the age of 25. consisting of including of young people who are under the age of 25 increasing

2)      Investment opportunities or potential sector

  1. Agriculture
  2. Agro-industry (e.g., rice plantation, rubber, tapioca, sugar cane, banana, coconut, palm fruit, cashew nut, durian, mung bean, corn, white and black seasoning, etc.)
  3. Tourism (historical, cultural, mountainous areas, waterfall, Mekong River, etc.)

2. Overview of the Province

Category

Sub Category-1

Sub Category-2

Numbers

Land

Total area of the Province  (*1)

9,799 km2

 

Rainfall (*4)

(2010)

1,374.00mm/year

Population

Projected population in 2011

(*1)

1,745,054 persons

Projected Population density in 2011 (*1)

178 persons /km2

Growth rate (*1)

1998-2008

0.43% p.a.

Sex in percentage (*1)

Total: 1,679,992

Males: 818,662

Females: 861,330

Male: 48.7 %

Female: 51.3 %

Labor force (*1)

Number of work force

970,868

Workforce by age (*1)

15-19: 191,014

20-29: 283,734

30-39: 203,682

40-49: 177,040

50-59: 115,398

Workforce by sex (*1)

Male: 466,065

Male: 504,803

Education

Number of schools (*2)

Kindergarten

289

Elementary schools

792

Junior high schools

126

Senior high schools

55

University & Colleges

6

Professional training centers

N/A

Number of yearly graduate students (*2)

Senior high schools

N/A

University & Colleges

N/A

Establishment

Number of establishments

(*3)

 

55.903

Numbers by size

-       1-10 (persons)

-       11- 50

-       51-100

-       101 or more

54,968

833

73

29

Per population

32.0/ 1,000persons

Per km2

5.7 estab./ km2

Number of population per establishment(*3)

31.2 persons/ estab.

Household per establishment(*3)

6.9     h.h./ estab.

3. Investment Environment

Category

Sub Category-1

Sub Category-2

Numbers/Description

Electricity(*2)

Supply amount and their tariffs

-       EDC

-       IPP

Total supply amount

- EDC&IPP

- Import (Vietnam)

Tariffs:

-City area

-Remote area

40.45 MW

26.45 MW

14MW

 -

Riel 940/KWH

Riel 1,700-3,500/KWH

Water(*2)

Supply amount tariffs

Household used rate:

Business used rate:

government used rate:

1m3 – 10m3 = Riel 550/m3
10m3 up =  Riel 900/m3

Riel 900/m3

Riel 1500/m3

Transportation (*9)

Type of Transportation available

Car/ Truck, Bus, River boat

Road (*2)

 

 

1- digit national roads

11 national roads

440 km

2- digit national roads

Provincial roads

 

N/A km

Rural roads

 

N/A km

Total length

 

N/A km

 

AC: 93,700m, DBST: 407,111m,MCDM: 37,320m, LRT: 729,188m

Rail road(*5)

Currently, there is no railroad in Kampong Cham. However, Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) has begun work to build a railway line from Kandal, through Kampong Cham, to Loc Nihn in Vietnam. This 255km line will further improve transportation and trade between Kampong Cham and Vietnam.

Airport(*7)

Destination and frequency of scheduled services

 

None

Dry port/Sea port/River port

(*12)

Destination and frequency of scheduled services, port charges

River port

Kampong Cham Port: on the mainstream of the Mekong 105km up from Phnom Penh

International Check-point(*2) (*7)

Name and location

Trapaing Plong (border with Vietnam)

Telecommunication

 

Number of subscribers

 

Describers

-       Fixed

-       Mobile

215,010 describers

N/A Lines

N/A Lines

Internet access 307

Name of Providers

307 places

Tariffs

 

N/A USD/month

6cents

Real Estate

Defined zone for factory and housing development (Including SEZ) (*2)

 

Name, space, progress of development, equipped infrastructure of SEZ or industrial zone, etc.

1 SEZ in Da commune, Memot district

Follow the assessment of MoEF on tax on fixed assets

Land price (*5)

-Commercial Land: USD30-100/ m2

-Other Area: USD4-30/ m2

-Rural USD0.5-5 m2

Rents of factories (*5)

USD1.5-2.5/m2 per month

Rents of warehouses (*5)

USD1.0-2.5/m2 per month

Rents of offices (*5)

Prime: USD9-11/m2

Secondary: USD6-8/m2

Financial Institutions

Number of branches of financial institutions

(*14)

Commercial bank (9)

-    Advanced Bank of Asia Limited

-    Canadia Bank

-    Acleda Bank

-    Cambodia Asia Bank

-    Cambodia Public Bank

-    Singapore Banking Cooperation

-    Advanced Bank of Asia Limited

-    Bank for Investment & Development of Cambodia

-    O.S.K. Indochina Bank

Specialized bank (0) None

Microfinance Institutions (11)

-    Amret Microfinance Institutions

-    Hatthakaksekar Microfinance Institutions

-    Thaneakea Phum Cambodia

-    Sathapana Microfinance Institutions

-    Seilanithih Microfinance institutions

-    Angkor Microheranhvatho Kampuchea

-    Vision Fund

-    Credit Microfinance Institutions

-    Prasac Microfinance Institution

-    Samic Microfinance Institution

-    Samrithisak Microfinance

Other institutions (0)

Availability of international monetary remittance (*14)

Yes (9 commercial banks)

Living Environment

Availability of houses/apartment on international standard and their rents (*2)

 

N/A

Yes/Not

USD/month

Availability of international cuisine

(*10)

Type of cuisine available (*10)

-    Khmer (7)

-    Chinese (3)

-    Korean (1)

-   Western & International

-   Restaurant (1)

-   Seafood Restaurant (1)

 

Number of restaurants which serve international cuisine (*10)

Medical facilities (*2)

Number of hospital and health care center (clinic)

Hospital:

Referral Hospital:12

Health Care:135

Clinic:

Standard of medical service or Treatment capability

N/A

International school (*2)

Names & Addresses of the schools

None

4. Approved QIP by Provinces-Municipalities Investment Sub-committees (PMIS) under Sub-Decree No. 17 ANK/BK on the Establishment of the Sub-Committee on Investment of the Provinces-Municipalities

(*2) 8 approved by PMIS and 5 in the process of getting approval

No

Name/Business Line

Share

 

Registered Capital

(USD)

Investment Capital

(USD)

Number of Employee

Date of Application

Date of Approval

1 Bigiimexo Sothy Development

(Rubber & Cashew Nut Plantation)

Cam: 51%

VN:49%

500,000

1,705,820

61-68

16.02.2006

22.03.07

2 Thary Development

(Rubber Plantation)

Cam: 100%

500,000

1,821,870

50-75

28.06.2007

26.07.07

3 Heng Sokn Ngoun Investment

(Rubber Plantation)

Cam:

100%

 

500,000

1,821,870

50-75

28.06.2007

26.07.07

4 Heng Chay Gnim Development

(Rubber & Other Crops)

Cam:

100%

500,000

1,472,420

39-54

31.06.2008

10.09.08

5 Khmer Latex

(Rubber Production Factory)

Cam:

51%

Jan: 49%

1,000,000

 1,584,337

28-120

21.01.2006

23.02.06

6 San Fong Development Agriculture

(Tapioca starch Factory)

Cam:

100%

1,000,000

1,311,860

75-75

27.06.2005

28.06.05

7 Srun At Development

(Tapioca starch Factory)

Cam:

100%

500,000

1,459,268

50-76

17.02.2008

05.03.08

8 GreenFeed (Cambodia) Co., Ltd

(Animal Feed)

Cam:

51%

VN:

49%

500,000

1,972,924

33-68

22.08.2007

01.11.07

5. Industries (*2)

  • Current Major Industries and Promoted Industries

(1)     Current Major Industries

- Rubber product industry: processing of latex (24), rubber wood processing

- Agricultural product / food processing industry: Rice milling (15), Tapioca starch (4), Animal feed (1), Beer & beverage (1)

- Garment & Footwear industry: Garment (2), Footwear (1)

- Electricity plant: 1

(2) Priority industries to be Promoted

-        Rice plantation

-        Rubber plantation

-        Tapioca

-        Mining

-        Food processing industry

-        Cashew nuts

-        Grain (processing of various beans)

-        Vegetation

-        International standard hotel

-        Tourism (10 sites)

(3) Reasons or Promotional Measures for (2)

- Securing social security

- Encouraging investors (favorable investment climate) by giving incentives

- providing appropriate provincial government services to welcome investors

6. Agriculture

  • Agricultural land and cultivated area: Total & by crop: (*4)

Name of Crop

Cultivated area (Ha)

Yield

(Ton/Ha)

Total Production (Ton)

Rice (Dry + Wet)

217,853

3.532

769,399 Ton

Subsidiary and industrial crops

152,815

N/A

1,605,826

Fruit and permanent crops

42,367

N/A

N/A

Total

413,035

-

-

  • Irrigation area (*2) : 605

Big Scale:

1

(Covered area : 5000 ha up)

Medium Scale:

111

 (Covered area : 500 ha  up)

Small Scale:

493

 (Covered area from 200 to 500 ha)

Total

605

Main Canal:

85 lines    (224. 3km)

  • Production amount of crops: Rice, fruits, vegetable, etc.(*4)

Type of Crop

Cultivated Area (ha)

Production Amount (Ton)

Subsidiary and industrial crops

152,815

1,605,826

- Maize

13,251

46,183

- Yellow Maize

7,603

27,991

- Cassava

60,718

1,318,109

- Sweet Potato

1,980

12,779

- Vegetables

9,002

91,168

- Mung Bean

9,226

6,137

- Peanut

3,902

4,528

- Soya Bean

20,950

28,283

- Sesame

15,812

9,615

- Sugar Cane

2,028

48,435

- Jute

9

14

- Tobacco

8,334

12,584

Fruits and permanent crops

42,367

N/A

- Banana

10,160

N/A

- Cashew

25,422

N/A

- Coconut

1,204

N/A

- Longan

34

N/A

- Mango

2,391

N/A

- Milk fruit

69

N/A

- Sapodilla

123

N/A

- Durian

563

N/A

- Jackfruit

647

N/A

- Custard apple

247

N/A

- Orange

392

N/A

- Coffee

26

N/A

- Rambutan

468

N/A

- Guava

70

N/A

- Pineapple

32

N/A

- Black pepper

519

N/A

- Palm tree (trees)

12,455 (trees)

N/A

  • Provincial specialized fruit and product, (e.g.: one village one product): (*2)

N/A

  • Types of soil in the Province: (*2)

Land Types:

Plain:

270,000 ha

Flooded:

312,860 ha

Red soil:

97,000 ha

Forest area:

300,000 ha

  • Number of concession and concession land area: (*13)

No.

Company

Use

Size (ha)

1

Agrostar Investment Cashew-apple plantation and animal

husbandry

2,400

2

Men Sarun Import Export Rubber plantation and other crops

4.400

3

Mieng Ly Heng Investment Para rubber plantation

3,000

4

TTY Industrial Crops Development Import-Export Tapioca (cassava) plantation

1,070

5

Vannma Import-Export Co., Ltd. Officianarum (sugar cane9 and Tapioca (cassava)

1,200

7. Forestry & Mining (*2)

  • Forestry area: Total: 192,208 ha, Forest community: 1,783 ha
  • Wildlife sanctuary and protected area: N/A
  • Main minerals production and mining area:

Mining resource

Location

Mining area(ha)

Gold mine

Memot district

525 ha

Iron Ore

Memot district

180 km2

Clay:

Steng Trong

N/A

8. Fishery (*4) :

  • Fishery production amount: Saltwater fish, Freshwater fish

Type of Fish

Name of Fish

Production Amount

Saltwater fish(*4)

N/A

None

Freshwater fish(*4)

N/A

25,000 tones

Middle scale fisheries: 7000 tons, Family fisheries:9,500 tons, Rice field fisheries: 8,500 tons

(*2)  7 fishing lots: Total fish catch/ year 7020 tons/ year

  • Aquaculture Productions(*4):

 (Unit: Fish: Ton, Fingerling Thousand Heads, Crocodile: Heads)

Type of Product

Production Amount (ton)

Inland fish

2,500

Total

2,500

Fingerling

3,500

9. Rubber

  • Rubber plantation area(*2):

State

Household

Location

Plantation area (ha)

Location

Plantation area (ha)

Chupp

10,624.29

Pongheakrek

8,621.30

Chamkaandong

6,956.34

Dombe

7,225.89

Krek

4,507.04

Au reangou

1,658.11

Supeamcheng

1,910.77

Kroch Chmar

1,119.70

Memot

11,165.48

Memot

30,120.00

Beoungket

7,300

Tbong Kmom

2,555.78

Tapao

4.585.54

Soung

3,416.05

-

-

Stung Trong

7,608.09

-

-

Chamka Leu

1,221.47

Total

47,049.46

Total

63,546.39

  • Production amount of rubber: N/A

10. Tourism (*2) (*9) (*10)

  • Historical/cultural area: 7 (*2)
  • Eco-tourism area: 3 (*2)
  • New found area which potential for tourist: No answer (*2)
  • Hotel/guest house: Number of rooms and room charge

Type of Hotel

Number of Rooms

Room Charges (per night)

5 stars

10 hotels (612 rooms) (*2)

USD15-50 (*9)

4 stars

3 stars

2 stars

No star

Guest House

31 Guest House (253 rooms) (*2)

USD5-15 (*9)

 

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