Fuelled by vast streams of FDI, the construction sector last year was identified as the locomotive of Cambodia’s economy, providing the largest share of GDP growth ahead of the agriculture and the garment industries. At the Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra hotel on Thursday, a select group of CEOs and investors raised pressing questions and participated in a stimulating brainstorming session. The focus of the discussion was on urban planning, the relationship between regulators and developers, the buyer market, and the importance of sustainable development in creating a liveable, modern capital city for a Cambodia that is opening up to the global platform. This event was co-organised by the Post Property and the Phnom Penh City Center. Photo by Hong Menea
Take a drive north of Kampong Cham, past the dirt roads and the dense greenery.
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