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Kampot Province

1. Provincial Government Policies for Investment Promotion

Provincial Brief Introduction (*2)

Kampot, on the eastern side is rich in low lands which is good for agriculture sector. It also has abundant of mountains and forests with a vast variety of wild animals in the west of the province. The southwest of the province is covered by coastline which is rich in natural resource, fisheries, farming and salt farms. Kampot is a perfect business destination for both local and exporting markets. Given beauty of nature, Kampot has been attracting more local and international tourists pouring in to visit the province and the provincial government is totally optimistic for the tourism industry growth in the near future.

The provincial government has continuously strengthened investment environment in effort to diversify provincial economic basis as well as extent provincial good reputation for investment. As a result, IFC and the Asia Foundation have named Kampot among other provinces with the best investment environment in the Kingdom of Cambodia. The provincial government is committed to improve all related sectors to attract more investors and further support existing entrepreneurs and business.

1)      Special features or strong points of the Province in terms of the investment

  1. The provincial government has been taking actions mentioned below to support investors who are interested in investment into the province.
  2. Legal aspect such as investment rule and regulation & other procedures
  3. Organizing support implementation structure through establishing provincial investment sub-committee and provincial investment secretariat
  4. Power delegation from Ministerial and national level
  5. Organizing work experience-exchanging forum with private sector including international enterprises
  6. Providing provincial investment information & opportunity circulation via e-mail, brochure, magazine, radio & TV
  7. Creating investment coordinating environment and incentive for investor through One-Stop Service

2)      Investment opportunities or potential sector

Agriculture Irrigation system
Hydro-power Eco-tourism
Coastal development Transportation
Mineral production

2. Overview of the Province

Category

Sub Category-1

Sub Category-2

Numbers

Land

Total area of the Province (*1)

4,873 Km²

Rainfall(*4)

(2010)

1,327 mm /year

Population

Projected population in 2011 (*1)

613,305 persons

Projected Population density in 2011 (*1)

126 persons/km²

Growth rate (*1)

1998-2008

1.03 % p.a.

Sex in percentage(*1)

Total: 585,850

Males: 284,123

Females: 301,727

 

Male: 48.5 %

Female: 51.5 %

Labor force (*1)

Number of work force

337,706

Workforce by age

15-19 years: 70,517

20-29 years: 101,716

30-39 years: 67,005

40-49 years: 61,151

50-59 years: 37,317

Workforce by sex

Male: 161,477

Female: 176,229

Education

Number of schools(*2)

Elementary schools

Public:301 Private:5

Junior high schools

Public: 78 Private:2

Senior high schools

Public: 19  Private: 2

University & Colleges

4 Universities

Professional training centers

N/A

Number of yearly graduate students (*2)

Senior high schools

6,271 students

University & Colleges

3,500 students

Establishment

Number of establishments(*3)

Total number

16,900 estab.

Numbers by size

-       1-10 (persons)

-       11- 50

-       51-100

-       101 or more

16,443

423

22

12

Per population

23 estab./1000persons

Per area

3.5 estab./ km2

Number of population per establishment(*3)

36.3 persons/ estab.

Household per establishment(*3)

8.1     persons/ etab.

3. Investment Environment

Category

Sub Category-1

Sub Category-2

Numbers/Description

Electricity(*2) (*11)

Supply amount and their tariffs

Supply amount

-EDC

-Import

Tariff:

-EDC

-Private  price

-Import

Major Hydro-power plants

-Kamchay

  -Bokkor

  -Ortrotrav

5.62 MWH

1.771 MWH

3.849 MWH

-

1,200 Riel/Wkh

650-3.000 Riel/Wkh

N/A

-

-Capacity: 180 MW

-Capacity: 24 MW

-Capacity: 1 MW

Water(*2)

Supply amount  tariffs

-Production Capacity

- Tariffs

3,712 m3/day

(1,355,047m3/year)

1,400 Riel/m3

Transportation

(*9)

Type of Transportation available

 

Car / Truck

Bus

Train

 

Road

1- digit national roads

1 road

84 Km

2- digit national roads

3 roads

142.15 Km

Provincial roads

18 roads

338.39 Km

Rural roads

442 roads

4,700 Km

Total length

4,960 Km

Rail road(*2)

Total length

South Line: PP-Takeo-Kampot-Sianoukville

Construction year (1960-1969) 264 Km

Airport

Destination and frequency of scheduled services

None

Dry port/Sea port/River port

(*2)

Destination and frequency of scheduled services, port charges

2 sea ports ( 1 domestic and 1 international )

1. Kampot Port in the Kampot’s SEZ (currently suspended its construction wotks)

2. Kampong Kandal Port (currently under operation)

International Check-point

(*2) (*7)

Name and location

International Check Point:

-Prek Chark (Boarder with Vietnam)

Telecommunication

(*2)

Number of subscribers (*2)

-       Fixed

-       Mobile

300 Lines

533,450 Lines

Internet access (*9)

Name of Providers

-2 internet companies

( Ezecom, Chaun Wei)

-13 Registered Internet Café

Tariffs

 

N/A USD/month

Real Estate

Defined zone for factory and housing development (Including SEZ)

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

None

Kampot SEZ is under construction while currently suspended.

Land price(*5)

Commercial Land

Other Area

Rural Area

USD30-200/m2

USD4-50/m2

USD0.5-5/m2

Rents of factories(*5)

USD1.5-2.5 / m2/ month

Rents of warehouses(*5)

USD1.0-2.5 / m2/ month

Rents of offices(*5)

Prime: USD9-11/m2/month

Secondary: USD6-8/m2/month

Financial Institutions

Number of branches of financial institutions

Commercial bank

(3)

-    Canadia Bank

-    Acleda Bank

-    Cambodia Public Bank

 

Specialized bank (0)

None

Micro financial institutions (6)

- Amret Microfinance Institutions

-Hatthakaksekar Microfinance Institutions

-Thaneakea Phum Cambodia

-Sathapana Microfinance Institutions

- Prasac Microfinance Institution

- Samic Microfinance Institution

Other institutions

None

Availability of international monetary remittance

 

Yes (3 commercial banks)

Living Environment

Availability of houses/apartment on international standard and their rents

 

N/A

 

Availability of international cuisine

(*10)

Type of cuisine available

-Asian Restaurant (4)

-Western & International (11)

-BBQ Restaurant (1)

-Fast Food (1)

-Café & Coffee shop (1)

-Drink shop (1)

-Bars & Pubs (8)

 

Number of restaurants which serve international cuisine

* Ministry of tourism

Medical facilities

Number of hospital and health care center (clinic)

Hospital: 4

Clinic: N/A

Standard of medical service or Treatment capability

 N/A

International school

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

No

Name & Investment Purpose

Investor

Registered

Capital (USD)

Investment

Capital (USD)

No. of Employees

Date of Issued FRC

1 JOY J WORLD Pte Ltd

-Animal Food Plant for Exporting (Korean)

Mr. Choik Wangsu, Chairman of BOD

508,000

508,000

30

12.08.2009

2 Young Poong Fishery Development Co., Ltd

-Marine Product Processing Plant for Exporting (Korean)

Mr. Kim Hungdea, Company Director

500,000

500,000

58

12.09.2007

5. Industries (*2) (*5)

  • Current Major Industries and Promoted Industries

(1)     Current Major Industries (*2)

Cement, Brick, Fish Sauce, Furniture, Animal Feed, Salt

(2) Priority Industries to be Promoted (*15)

Tourism industries, marine product industry.

(3) Reasons or Promotional Measures for (2) (*15)

Tourism area in both coastal area and mountain area (Bokor National Park)

Kampot SEZ will be constructed as a center of manufacturing area as well as a port call of tourism to Bokor National Park

(4) Issues to be solved for industrial promotion (*2)

Strengthening quality for local and export markets

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)

132,300

3.034

401,454

Subsidiary and industrial crops

11,714

N/A

54,585

Fruit and permanent crops

15,557

N/A

N/A

Total

159,571

-

-

  • Irrigation area:

Irrigation system:

46 places ( Big-size: 2, Medium-size: 31, small-size: 13)

Drainage:

3 lines

Water Pump Station:

2 places

  • Production amount of crops: Rice, fruits, vegetable, etc. (*2)

Type of Crop

Cultivated Area (ha)

Production Amount (Ton)

Fruits

Mango

3,366

7,882

Cashew Nut

1,564

2,161

Banana

1,442

8,538,987 bunches

Jackfruit

384

2,911

Milk-fruit

158

284

Custard-Apple

313

996

Orange

50

133

Rambutan

3.5

8

Coconut

4,429

25,474,091 coconuts

Pepper

11.50

43,925 Kg

Palm Fruit

268,998 trees

32 Kg/tree

Durian

537

10,657

Vegetables

3,748

18,376

Grains

Maize

2,012

3,313

Sweet Potato

1,216

4,908

Tapioca

767

3,053

Mung Bean

896

2,063

Peanut

738

1,494

Cane

885

11,021

Sesame

11

5

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

-Pepper, total of 13 ha and Harvesting area of 10.50 ha located Domnak Kantoul Kang Tboung Commune, Kompong Trach District.

-Durian, total of 537 ha and yielding 10,657 tons located Makbrang Commune, Tek Chhou district.

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

No.

Company

Use

Size (ha)

1

Cam Try Cooperation. Acacia plantation

2,409

2

Camland Co., Ltd. Oil Palms

16,000

3

First Bio-Tech Agricultural (Cambodia) Co., Ltd. Agro-industrial plantation and animal husbandry

10,000

4

World Tristar Entertainment (Cambodia) Co., Ltd. Corn plantation and construction of processing factory

9,800

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

Sand, Sandy soil and Clay soil

7. Forestry & Mining (*2)

  • Forestry area: 227,154 ha
  • Wildlife sanctuary and protected area: 1 Wildlife protection area: 217 ha
  • Main minerals production and mining area: 48 mining production sites

Name of Mineral

Production Amount

Mining Area

Lame stone

N/A

West of Touk Meas, Each of Touk Meas

Graphite

N/A

Phum Sa, Koh Sla, Phnom Chak Kley

Gold

N/A

Phnom Lok

Iron Ore

N/A

Kampot

Gold

N/A

Phnom Tung, Phnom Kanlong, Phnom Bak, Phnom La Ang

8. Fishery

  • Fishery production amount: Saltwater fish, Freshwater fish (*2)

Type of Fish

Name of Fish

Production Amount

Saltwater fish

N/A

7,742 tons

Freshwater fish

N/A

2,850 tons

Items

Production amount

Processed marine product

1,512.2 tons

Fish source production

1,770,000 liters

Fishery export

 638 tons (Fresh: 430 tons, processed products 208 tons)

  • Aquaculture Productions(*4):

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

Type of Product

Production Amount

Inland fish

417.7

Marin Fish

120

Total

537.5 

Fingerling

18,976

Seaweed

290

9. Rubber

  • Rubber plantation area: (*4) 20 ha
  • Production amount of rubber: (*4) N/A

10. Tourism(*2) (*5) (*9) (*10)

  • Historical/cultural area: 4 places (*2)

-Phnom kgouk temple

-Phnom Kyang temple

-Phnom Kompog trach

-Wat Phnom Sar

  • Eco-tourism area: 9 places (*2) (*5) (*9)

-Bokor National Park

-Tek Chhou Rapids

-Anlong Pring Bird Sanctuary

- Kep Thmey

- Phnom Dong

- Tupnop Mlec

- Tumnop bralak kraal

- Anlong Thom

- Nataya Prek Ampel

  • Man-made tourism area(*2): 1 place  Tek Chhou wildlife sanctuary
  • New found area which potential for tourist: 2 tourism sites in the process of study (*2)
  • Hotel/guest house: Number of rooms and room charge (*2) (*9)

Type of Hotel

Number of Rooms

Room Charges (per night)

5 stars

6 hotels (353 rooms)

4 stars

3 stars

2 stars

No star

15USD-25USD-40USD-60USD-280USD

Guest House

46 guesthouse (549 rooms)

6USD-15USD-20USD-25USD

 

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