Laws and regulations governing FDI in Cambodia are basically designed to encourage investments. As the Law on Investment stipulates, FDIs are treated in a non-discriminatory manner except for land-ownership, which is stated in the Constitution, and allowed to invest freely in many areas. Under the current Law on Investment, the investors, who are given Final Registration Certificates, will be entitled to various incentives.
In addition, the Cambodian government has been improving their investment facilitation services. For example, the Government decided in 2005 to establish the Cambodian Special Economic Zone Board (the CSEZB) under the CDC to promote the special economic zone (SEZ) scheme in Cambodia. Administered by the CSEZB, the Special Economic Zone Administration is to be established in authorized SEZ and expected to provide one-stop service to zone investors from the registration of investment projects to routine export-import approvals.