Political Stability
 
§Cambodia is a constitutional monarchy with stable political situation.
§The Cambodian government is committed to improving people’s livelihood and quality of life.
§The government has been maintaining long-term friendly relations with surrounding other countries.
Foreign Exchange
Freedom
 
§Khmer Riel and USD are the circulated currencies in Cambodia.
§Cambodia is the third largest user of USD in the world; USD is widely used in daily life,  business transactions and financial services in the country.
§The exchange rate of Khmer Riel to USD is stable and there is no control on foreign exchange.
§Foreign investments are strongly encouraged by Cambodian government.
Demographic                     Dividend
 
§The average age of Cambodia’s labor force population is young, the labor force population is sufficient, and the labor cost is low, so the supply of an attractive labor resource is ensured.
§According to the population census in 2019, the population’s average age is 27 years old, and the country has a labor force of 7.5 million.
§The minimum wage for industrial workers in 2020 is 190 USD/month.
Regional
Comprehensive
Economic
Partnership
§On Nov 15, 2020, Cambodia and the other ten ASEAN countries, together with China, Japan and Korea, signed the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), joining the world's largest free trade area and achieving tariff preference for 90% of the traded goods in the region.
§Cambodia’s annual GDP growth rate had been greater than 7% for the past 10 consecutive years.
§The country’s GDP in 2019 reached 26.8 billion USD with a growth rate of 7.1%.
Investment       Incentives
 
§The government has issued a number of preferential policies for investment, benefiting a wide range of industries.
§Companies settled in special economic zones can enjoy profit tax exception for up to 9 years. Production equipment, construction materials, raw materials, semi-finished products, and accessories are exempted from import tariffs.
§Cambodia is one of the few countries which haven’t joined Common Reporting Standard (CRS).