H.E. Mr. PRAK Sokhonn, Senior Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation
 Her Majesty the Queen-Mother NORODOM MONINEATH SIHANOUK of Cambodia
 His Majesty Preah Bat Samdech Preah Boromneath NORODOM SIHAMONI, the King of Cambodia
 Samdech Akka Moha Sena Pedei Techo HUN SEN, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia
Ambassador
H.E. RATH MANY, Ambassador of Cambodia MESSAGE FROM THE AMBASSADOR
1/. Policies towards FDI                                                                                                
2/. Procedure                                                                               
3/. Administrative Procedures                                                                      
4/. Labour Policies                                                   ​​              
5/. Transparency
6/. Law and Regualtions          
​​​7/. Taxation            
8/. Promotion and Incentives         
9/. Protection     
10/. Areas of Investment                  
11/. Agreements         
12/. Repatriation and Convertibily 
13/. Trends in FDI                                                                                 

GOVERNMENT ATTITUDES


As one of the poorest countries in the region, international assistance remains a vital component in overcoming the challenges faced in Cambodia is development. Nonetheless, private sector investment will become increasingly important for the country as the private sector assumes its position as the main engine for economic growth in Cambodia.
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INFORMATION TO INVESTORS


The Board welcomes all potential investors who would like to invest in Cambodia.
In order for the Board to take into consideration your investment proposal, please kindly submit the following documents:
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INVESTMENT APPLICATION

Prior Approval

All investors wishing to obtain privileges and incentives for their investments are required to apply for prior approval from the CDC.
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Cambodia is low labour costs are attractive to foreign investors. About 45% of Cambodia is population of 11.7 million is of working age, while over 60% of the workforce comprises women. The minimum wage rate for unskilled workers is currently around US$45 per month .
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NATIONAL TREATMENT


1. SECTORS SUBJECT TO EXCEPTIONS TO NATIONAL TREATMENT

The following sectors are subject to local equity participation:

Gemstones, clay bricks both hollow and solid, tiles, rice milling, wood and stone carving, and silk-wear.
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CHAPTER 1
General Provision

Article 1:
This law governs all investments projects made by investors who are Cambodian citizens and/or foreigners within the Kingdom of Cambodia.
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SUMMARY OF TAXES PERTINENT TO BUSINESS AND INVESTMENT IN CAMBODIA


 General overview

Most foreign investments and foreign investors will be affected by the following taxes:
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 INVESTMENT INCENTIVES

The Law on Investment provides the following incentives to investment projects in Cambodia:
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1. COMPETITION POLICIES

The government first started to adopt free-market policies in 1991. Both foreign and local investors and their business activities are accorded equal rights within the free-market system, although government agencies and state-enterprises are accorded special privileges over and above those given to private sector enterprises.
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LIST OF SUGGESTED AREAS OF INVESTMENT (Investment Capital Greater Than 500,000 USD)

Crop Production

    Paddy farming greater than 1,000 ha
    All types of cash crops greater than 500 ha.
    Vegetables greater than 50 ha.
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DOUBLE TAXATION AGREEMENTS


Currently, there are no double-taxation agreements with Cambodia.

SUMMARY OF INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT AGREEMENTS

Bilateral Agreements for the Protection and Promotion of Investment have been signed with the following countries:
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1. RESTRICTIONS ON THE REPATRIATION OF FUNDS

There are currently no restrictions on the repatriation of profit or capital derived from investments made in Cambodia, nor on most transfers of funds abroad. The Law on Investment guarantees that investors can freely remit foreign currencies abroad for the purposes of :
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1. OVERVIEW OF RECENT TRENDS

Net foreign investment in Cambodia peaked in 1995, and then declined in 1996. The manufacturing sector, in particular the textile industry, receives the largest share of overall FDI.
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Important Link
Preah Karuna Preah Bat Samdech Preah Boromneath Norodom Shimoni, King of Cambodia http://www.norodomsihamoni.org/
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation http://www.mfaic.gov.kh/
Ministry of National Defense http://www.mod.gov.kh/
Ministry of Commerce www.moc.gov.kh/
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