The IMF team suggested the government safeguard macro-financial stability, secure fiscal buffers, and promote competitiveness, diversification and inclusive growth.
Strong political institutions are required for continued economic growth, but the capacity of Cambodia’s state institutions remains weak.
A Saturday interest rate cut by Beijing failed to stem significant drops seen last week.
Cambodia’s garment and textile industry employs some 600,000 people and is a major driver of the country’s economy.
Qatar has been heavily criticized for rights abuses among laborers in the construction of stadiums and other facilities in preparation for the 2022 World Cup.
The two films were produced by USAID’s office to combat human trafficking and are being shown at the Bophana Center in the capital.
Labor leaders say the draft law to regulate unions is not meant to help workers at all, but will instead prevent fair wages and proper conditions in factories.
Labor Ministry officials said Friday that a draft law, which could be wrapped up soon, will help support union organization.
The Middle Eastern country is to host the World Cup in 2022, opening a potential labor opportunity for Cambodian workers.
Union leaders say their workers need at least $177 per month in order to keep up with the rising cost of living, in an industry that employs some 600,000 people.
The company has returned about $400 each to nearly 50 workers, according to the rights group Adhoc.
A delegation from Cambodia’s Ministry of Commerce was in the US this week, seeking greater trade ties and deals with large corporations.