Cambodia, or the Kingdom of Cambodia, stands proudly in the southern part of the Indochina peninsula in Southeast Asia. It is 181,035 square kilometers with its neighbors being Thailand, Laos and Vietnam. Its allure lies in the magnificent Angkor Wat and the hospitality and resilience of its people.
The sovereign state of Cambodia has a population of over 16 million with more than 30 minority group. The kingdom runs an elective constitutional monarchy with a monarch co-existing with the government. Cambodian economy follows an open market system which has shown economic progress in the last decade. The GDP of Cambodia stands at 22.16 billion USD in 2017.Per capita income, despite being low, is rapidly increasing.
Cambodia’s two largest industries are textiles and tourism, while agricultural activities still plays a pivotal role in rural areas. The service sector links strongly to trading activities and catering-related services. Currently, national foreign policy highlights friendly relationships with its neighbors as well as regional and global trading systems. Cambodia will continue to capture the attention of investors because of its low wages, abundant labor, ideal tax treatment and raw natural resources.