In the past decade, new roads and high-rise buildings have changed the landscape of Phnom Penh.
The plan calls for an “economic corridor” linking the Greater Mekong countries and investment in urban and rural areas alike.
While welcoming the launch, economists warn that mismanagement of the bourse could also lead to economic woes.
All three companies importing rice from Cambodia have had to maintain tough standards from the US Food and Drug Administration.
Cambodian exports are expected to reach more than $1.5 billion by the end of the year.
Cambodia’s economy is lagging behind other Asean countries, making it hard to meet the level of other Asean countries.
Since the late 1980s, Mekong countries, especially China, have been looking at hydrodams as key energy sources to power economic growth.
Union leaders say the draft of the law will tighten restrictions on organized labor and create harsh punishments for unionists.
Lao Monghay says that public employees have to contribute money to the Cambodian People’s Party and work to expand grassroots support.
The loan package will focus on farms and agricultural businesses, rural infrastructure and food security.
About 60 percent of government employees earn between $65 and $100 per month.
Representatives of both companies have been tight-lipped so far on the proposed dam’s construction.