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Cambodia’s plan to issue sovereign bonds has been a long-drawn-out process. With only the law but no indication of a timeframe, experts can only speculate on what to expect when the bonds make a debut The push for government debt securities in Cambodia to prop up state coffers is likely intensifying in the background as
Reduced earnings and shrinking concessional loans amid the pandemic suggest that it is time to revamp the financing model as the Kingdom moves closer to graduating from LDC status The pandemic has exposed some vulnerabilities in Cambodia’s financing model, indicating an urgency to reevaluate its strategies to raise revenue and secure funds as the process
Industry players diversified their business activities amid consolidation to stay afloat, as highlighted in the second part of this aviation article Looking at everything in totality, aviation analyst Shukor Yusof is certain that the sector will recover but to what extent and how quickly, well, that is down to anyone’s guess. “I certainly don’t think
Experts claim that trade treaties and new investment law places Cambodia in better position for growth in the region The pandemic has brought about some realisation to Cambodia’s export and investment market despite knocking down two economic sectors – garment manufacturing and tourism. With the onslaught of Cambodia’s trade treaty with China and a quota-free
Cambodia’s banking system reported higher earnings despite the pandemic as strong fundamentals sustain growth In late March, a momentum for loan restructuring slowly built up, culminating in some 16,000 microfinance loans approved for revision within two weeks in May, when only 2,000 to 4,000 applications are commonly recorded monthly. It is a figure that is