IMF expects Cambodia’s economic growth rate to reach between 6 percent and 7 percent in 2011.
Agriculture contributes more than 30 percent to the GDP and is valued at around $10 billion per year.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry said on its website Hun Sen would pay an official visit Dec. 13 through Dec. 17.
Eang Vuthy, a project manager for Bridges Across Borders, says the families have not received enough compensation to relocate.
Cambodian officials say they expect Hun Sen to sign even more deals with China on this visit.
China has made great economic strides since the collapse of the Soviet Union, posting double-digit growth.
Some of the bridge survivors say they do not want to see the bridge reopened so soon—if ever.
Ninety-five political leaders from 44 Asia and Pacific nations met in Phnom Penh on Thursday to strengthen their role in the region.
The 2011 budget that the Cambodian National Assembly recently passed totaled to $2.4 billion.