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Koh Kong Province

Published: 2012 Feb 08

1. Provincial Government Policies for Investment Promotion

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

  1. Location: Koh Kong is situated on the southwest of the country and bordering with Preah Sihanouk Province, Kampong Speu Province, and Gulf of Thailand. It divides to 6 districts and 1 Municipality.
  2. Natural resources: fertile land, sea, rivers, canals and waterfalls
  3. Transportation: roads and waterways
  4. International border gates

2)      Investment opportunities or potential sector

  1. Agricultural sector: Fisheries, Rice and Forestry Products
  2. Industrial sector: sugar factory, and automobile assembly
  3. Tourism Development: Islands & Eco-tourism

2. Overview of the Province

Category

Sub Category-1

Sub Category-2

Numbers

Land

Total area of the Province (*1)

10,045.58 Km2

Rainfall(*4)

(2010)

3853.7 mm/year

Projected population in 2011 (*1)

133,047 persons

Projected Population density in 2011 (*1)

12 persons /km2

Growth rate (*1)

1998-2008

0.12% p.a.

Sex in percentage(*1)

Total: 117,481

Males: 59,327

Females: 58,154

Male:  50.5 %

Female: 49.5 %

Labor force (*1)

Number of work force

69,803

Workforce by age

15-19 years: 14,444

20-29 years: 21,473

30-39 years: 13,578

40-49 years: 13,509

  50-59  years: 6,799

Workforce by sex

Male: 35,427

Female: 34,376

Education

Number of schools(*2)

Elementary schools

76

Junior high schools

18

Senior high schools

06

University & Colleges

1

Professional training centers

4

Number of yearly graduate students (*2)

Senior high schools

N/A

University & Colleges

172

Establishment

Number of establishments(*3)

Total number

5,014 estab.

Numbers by size

–       1-10 (persons)

–       11- 50

–       51-100

–       101 or more

4,945

64

3

2

Per population

37.7 estab. /

1,000 persons

Per area

0.4 estab./ Km2

Number of population per establishment(*3)

26.5 persons/ estab.

Household per establishment(*3)

5.5 households/ estab.

3. Investment Environment

Category

Sub Category-1

Sub Category-2

Numbers/Description

Electricity (*2)

Supply amount and their tariffs

–  EDC / - IPP

MW

Riel

MW

Riel

China Huadian Hong Kong Company

(Stung Reusei Chhrum, Mondolseima district)

338 MW

(Completed 30% of construction stage)

Cambodia Tatay Hydropower Limited (Stung Tatay, Thmorbang district)

246 MW

(Completed 20% of construction stage)

CETIC (Kirirom3, Sre-ambil district)

18 MW

(Completed 20% of construction stage)

3 Stung Metik Hydropowers

(Stung Metik)

-Upper Stream 30 MW

-Middle Stream 80 MW

-Lower Stream 110 MW

L Y P Group Co., Ltd (Bakklorng commune, Mondolseima district)

16 MW (Purchased from Thailand)

Supply to Koh Kong families of about 4,366

Water (:2)

Supply amount/ tariffs

N/A

L Y P Group Co., Ltd

Bakklong Commune, MondolSeima District

Capacity: 59,506 m3

Consumption: N/A

Tariff/m3: N/A

Hong Mom(Thmor Sar commune, Botomsakor District)

Capacity: 880 m3

Consumption: 790 m3

Tariff/m3: 4,000 Riel/m3

Seang Eon

(Andongtik commune, Botomsakor District)

Capacity: 290 m3

Consumption: 240 m3

Tariff/m3: 4,000 Riel/m3

A.C.C (Beongpriv commune, Sre-ambil district)

Capacity: 8,300 m3

Consumption: 8,000 m3

Tariff/m3: 2,000 Riel/m3

Transportation(*9)

Type of Transportation available

Car/ Truck

Bus

Ship/ Passenger boats

Road(*2)

1- digit national roads

 

N/A Km

2- digit national roads

 

N/A Km

Provincial roads

 

N/A Km

Rural roads

 

N/A Km

Total length

 

N/A Km

Rail road(*2)

Total length

None

Airport(*7) (*9)

Destination and frequency of scheduled services

Koh Kong Airport (*7)

Unpaved, No regular flights (*9)

Dry port/Sea port/River port

Destination and frequency of scheduled services, port charges

N/A

International Check-point

Name and location

Cham Yeam (Boarder with Thailand) in Mondul Seima District

Telecommunication

Number of subscribers

Fixed

Mobile

158 lines(subscribers)

N/A lines

 

Internet access

Name of Providers

60 Internet access shops

 

Tariffs

Fixed

0.06USD/mn (same-line)

0.08USD/mn (cross-line)

0.04-0.26USD/mn overseas calls

Real Estate

Koh Kong provincial master plan to determine the residential areas and heavy, medium and light industry has been almost completed (85%).

 

Defined zone for factory and housing development (Including SEZ)

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

Neang Kok Koh Kong SEZ

Total area : 336.24ha

Krisakor SEZ

Total area: 2,200.65ha

 

Land price

Commercial Land

Residential land

Development Land

Ministry of Economy and Finance has determined the value of land for tax collection purpose, in Khemarak Phumin City, the land price is ranging from USD25-350 per m2. In other districts beside Khemarak Phumin City, the land price has not yet determined.

Rents of factories

N/A USD/m2

Rents of warehouses

N/A USD/m2

Rents of offices

N/A USD/m2

Financial Institutions

Number of branches of financial institutions

Commercial bank (3)

–     Canadia Bank (under construction)

–     Acleda Bank

–     Cambodia Public Bank (under construction)

Specialized bank (0) None
Microfinance institutions (4)

–     Amret Microfinance Institutions

–     Hettha Kaksekar Institutions

–     Angkor Microheranhvatho Kampuchea

–     Prasac Microfinance Institution-

Other institutions (0)

Availability of international monetary remittance

Yes (3 commercial banks)

Living Environment

Availability of houses/apartment on international standard and their rents

N/A

USD/month

Availability of international cuisine

(*10)

Type of cuisine available

 

-Thai Restaurant (2)

-Asian Restaurant (1)

-Western & international Restaurant (1)

-Seafood Restaurant (1)

-Banquet Catering (1)

-Café & Coffee shop (1)

-Bars & Pubs (1)

-Seafood-Retailer & wholesalers (1)

Number of restaurants which serve international cuisine

Medical facilities

Number of hospital and health care center (clinic)

Hospital: 1

Health Center: 11

Standard of medical service or Treatment capability

N/A

International school

Names & Addresses of the schools

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.

Company Name

Share

Registered

Capital

Investment Capital

Number of Employee

Application Date

Approval Date

1 Cammafra

2 Greenrich Group Co., Ltd

3 Koh Kong Plantation Co., Ltd

4 Koh Kong Sugar Industry Co., Ltd

5. Industries (*2)

  • Current Major Industries and Promoted Industries

(1) Current Major Industries

Sugar factory (1), Clean Water (1), Hydropower Plants (4), Garment and food processing factory.

(2) Priority Industries to be Promoted

Food processing

Eco-Tourism

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

– Food processing industries targeted to supply domestic market.

– Tourism industries in particular eco-tourism utilizing coastline and national parks in forest area, which is expected to contribute to poverty reduction.

(4) Issues to be solved

How to improve product quality

How to develop domestic market & export

6. Agriculture

  • Agricultural land and cultivated area: (*4)

Name of Crop

Cultivated area(Ha)

Yield(Ton/Ha)

Total Production amount (ton)

Rice

9,057

2.614

23,679

Subsidiary and industrial crops

312

2,939

Fruit and permanent crops

6,959

Total

16,328

  • Irrigation area: (*2)

Dam :

98 places

Irrigation:

199 lines = 670,254m

Sub-irrigation:

85 lines = 402,666m

  • Production amount of crops: Rice, fruits, vegetable, etc.

Type of Crop

Cultivated Area (ha)

Production Amount (Ton)

Subsidiary and industrial crops

312

2,939

– Maize

62

311

– Cassava

50

1,009

– Sweet Potato

19

136

– Vegetables

143

571

Fruits and permanent crops

6,959

N/A

– Banana

1,340

N/A

– Cashew

1,642

N/A

– Oil palm

88

N/A

– Coconut

1,160

N/A

– Longan

45

N/A

– Mango

561

N/A

– Milk fruit

15

N/A

– Sapodilla

19

N/A

– Durian

282

N/A

– Jackfruit

696

N/A

– Custard apple

66

N/A

– Orange

153

N/A

– Coffee

49

N/A

– Rambutan

335

N/A

– Guava

116

N/A

– Pineapple

201

N/A

– Black pepper

191

N/A

– Palm tree (trees)

157,000 (trees)

N/A

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

– Banana wine is produced at Thmor Baing District.

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

No.

Company name

Use

Land area (ha)

1)

Koh Kong Plantation Company Limited

Plantation of agro-industry (Sugar cane)

9,400

2)

Koh Kong Sugar Company Limited

Plantation of agro-industry (Sugar cane)

9,700

3)

The Green Rich Co., Ltd.

Oil palms, fruit trees and acacia

    19,421

4)

Camagra Co., Ltd.

N/A

3,316

Total

      41,837

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

– Sand (Koh Kong District)

– Black & Red soil (Thmarbaing District)

7. Forestry & Mining (*2)

  • Forestry area: N/A
  • Wildlife sanctuary and protected area: N/A
  • Main minerals production and mining area : Not yet explore

8. Fishery

  • Fishery production amount: Saltwater fish, Freshwater fish (*4)

Type of Fish

Name of Fish

Production Amount

Saltwater fish

N/A

34,600 tons

Freshwater fish

N/A

11,000 tons

  • Aquaculture Productions(*4):

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

Type of Product

Production Amount (ton)

Inland fish

58

Shrimp

44

Crab

2

Mollusk

463

Blood cockle

378

Marin Fish

350

Total

1,295

Fingerling

400

9. Rubber (*2)

  • Rubber plantation area: 436.1 ha
  • Production amount of rubber: N/A

10. Tourism

  • Historical/cultural area (*2):

–      Khun Chhang Khun Phen: this is a 4-meter high stupa built on a rock close to the shore. This historical place is used by local people on festival days

–      Wat Jotanakgnean Temple

–      Thmar Baign Historical site

  • Eco-tourism area (*2) (*9):

– Cardamom Mountains (*9)

– Mangrove forest (*9)

– Waterfall (*2) (*9): Tah Tai Leu, Koh Paor, E91, Chhay Khpous, Or Mlou,

Ta Man, Veal Product, Chhay Areong waterfall

  • New found area which potential for tourist (*2):

– Coral reef & fauna and flora can be found on the islands and coastal areas of the province.

– 100 pillars temple in Tah Tai

– Rocky well in Phnom Leav

  • Hotel/guest house: Number of rooms and room charge (*10)

Type of Hotel

Number of Rooms

Room Charges (per night)

5 stars

6 hotels (735 rooms)

USD20- USD50 / USD60-USD2,500

4 stars

3 stars

2 stars

No star

Guest House

19 ( 370 rooms)

USD10-USD30

Social Network

Local Ministries

ministry-of-information Ministry of Information
ministry-of-public Ministry of Public Works and Transport
ministry-of-education Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport
ministry-of-tourism Ministry of Tourism
ministry-of-agriculture Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
ministry-of-mines-energy Ministry of Mines and Energy
ministry-of-commerce Ministry of Commerce
General Department of Taxation General Department of Taxation
General Department of Customs and Excise General Department of Customs and Excise
Ministry of industry and handicraft Ministry of industry and handicraft
Ministry of Economy and Finance Ministry of Economy and Finance
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation
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