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13 New Companies to Boost Investment and Job Opportunities in Cambodia

by Surya Narayan
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The Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC) has recently announced that 13 new companies have been granted investment certification, marking a significant boost to the country’s economy. These companies will invest a total of $425.9 million across various sectors and create around 23,250 new job opportunities for Cambodians.

Conch KT Cement (Phnom Penh) Co Ltd is set to establish a cement factory in Kampong Speu province, which will bring an investment of approximately $258 million. This project alone is expected to create 468 jobs in the region.

Khou Tower Co Ltd has plans to develop a luxurious five-star hotel in the heart of Phnom Penh’s Daun Penh district. With an investment of around $84.5 million, the hotel is projected to offer 237 rooms and create employment opportunities for 855 people.

In Kampong Cham province, Right Union International Co Ltd is set to establish a footwear factory with an investment of approximately $20.5 million. This venture expects to generate 4,870 jobs, providing a significant boost to the local economy.

Nengli Hardware Plastic Products Co Ltd aims to establish a factory in Kampong Speu province, manufacturing steel and plastic homeware. With an investment of $10.7 million, this project is expected to create job opportunities for around 4,870 individuals.

Polestar (Cambodia) Garment Co Ltd plans to establish a garment factory in Pursat province. With an investment capital of approximately $8 million, this project will generate around 2,600 jobs in Bakan district.

Evergreat (Cambodia) Shoes Co Ltd will contribute to the growth of the footwear industry in Kandal province by establishing a factory with an investment of approximately $6.1 million. This project aims to create employment opportunities for about 1,260 individuals.

Artiverse (Cambodia) Co Ltd aims to establish a garment factory in Kampong Speu province, with an investment capital of around $5.8 million. This project is expected to create 2,086 jobs, contributing to the growth of the local economy.

Al Jazeelan Food Pte Ltd plans to establish a food processing factory in Phnom Penh. With an investment capital of approximately $5.6 million, this project will create 125 job opportunities in Sen Sok district.

These are just a few examples of the companies that have received investment certification from the CDC. Other ventures include footwear accessories factory, cardboard factory, bag, and sport accessories factory, and more, all with significant investments and employment opportunities.

The investments by these companies not only contribute to Cambodia’s economic growth but also offer employment opportunities for thousands of Cambodians. It is an encouraging sign for the country’s development and showcases its attractiveness as an investment destination.

The CDC’s efforts to attract and facilitate foreign investments have proven successful, paving the way for economic development and job creation. The investment projects across various sectors will undoubtedly have a positive impact on the livelihoods of many Cambodians, accelerating the country’s progress and prosperity.

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