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BANGKOK 22 March 2019 02:38
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Cambodia economy: High growth expected to continue

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From the ashes of war, Cambodia is forecast to have the sixth fastest growing economy in the world.

Cambodia has been one of the best-performing economies in the world over the past two decades, and that's forecast to continue this year.

Video following the link, https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/02/cambodia-economy-high-growth-expected-continue-190220092005721.html

 

 

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Compared to what?
Burma?

Chad?

Uganda?

Nicaragua?

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7 minutes ago, thaiguzzi said:

Compared to what?
Burma?

Chad?

Uganda?

Nicaragua?

Venezuela 

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So I am sure the Cambodian Government is not concerned about EU sanctions or the strong possibility of US sanctions in the future on their clothing manufacturing industry.   :coffee1:

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I see no improvement in the standard of living for the people. A 

sure sign if corruption. Plus they have sold out to the Chinese.

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17 hours ago, Whip said:

I see no improvement in the standard of living for the people. A 

sure sign if corruption. Plus they have sold out to the Chinese.

actually Ive seen quite a lot of improvement in PP, no thanks to the government tho. just shows that people can still do well without any government help. oh, and they filled the pot holes in the road by the national museum, major infrastructure spending there

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Not just PP. Great improvements in living standards in the countryside too. Electricity, much more proper houses (concrete or wood walls/tiled roofs as opposed to bamboo thatch dwellings) etc.

 

BUT they are poised fora bad tumble if/when china's economy tanks.

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5 hours ago, Sheryl said:

Not just PP. Great improvements in living standards in the countryside too. Electricity, much more proper houses (concrete or wood walls/tiled roofs as opposed to bamboo thatch dwellings) etc.

 

BUT they are poised fora bad tumble if/when china's economy tanks.

not to mention the EU hitting the garment factories

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