Cambodia is entering a new and exciting era of opportunity but continues to face certain challenges.
After experiencing a decade of growth, Cambodia is now facing significant changes in its investment
environment, both domestically and regionally, including increased competition from neighboring
countries, a new government and the proposed ASEAN Economic Community in 2015.
By attending this seminar, prospective and current investors were able to get valuable insights into key
investment opportunities, potential new incentives, market trends and legal and tax considerations in
order to maximize their investment in Cambodia.
In particular, the professionals and key stakeholders speaking during the seminar have addressed the
following key regional topics:
“The New Framework for the
Private Sector Development”
by H.E. Sok Chenda, Minister
attached to the Prime Minister,
Secretaty General of CDC
“Tax Reform and the ASEAN
by H.E. Kong Vibol, Delegate of
the Royal Government of
Cambodia, in charge as
Director General of GDT
Market Overview – “The Investment Climate in the Region”
presented by Martin Desautels (DFDL)
“An Investors Experience in Cambodia : Ingredients for Success”
presented by Yasuyuki Inoue (Minebea)
“Cambodia’s Readiness to Embrace ASEAN Opportunities”
presented by Enrique Aldaz-Carroll (World Bank)
“Structuring Investment Projects in Cambodia, a comparative advantage”
presented by Chris Robinson (DFDL)
“Cambodia’s Tax Regime: How it Measures up to its ASEAN Neighbors”
presented by Jude Ocampo (DFDL)
Cambodia Moving Forward: Challenges and Opportunities
Panelists included various business representatives as well as key
stakeholders and business institutions in Cambodia.
The discussion was facilitated by Grant Knuckey (ANZ Royal)