Japanese Businessmen, the Biggest Foreign Investors in Cambodia’s SEZ

Japanese businessmen are the first foreign investors in the Special Economic Zones (SEZs) in Cambodia, according to an annual report released by the Ministry of Commerce last week.

The total investment capital of the Japanese businessmen in the SEZs was recorded at some US$300 million, followed by those from China, US$200 million, China's Taiwan, more than US$100, Singapore, some US$100 million, South Korean, some US$ 60 million, and Thailand, some US$ 50 million.

There were currently 34 SEZ projects in Cambodia. Among them, 11 are in operation, and 2 in construction. They are the single window for import and export procedures and good infrastructure.

Source: Agency Kampuchea Press