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FDI flows into Cambodia have spiked in the last decade and Japanese FDI to Cambodia went from $35 million in 2010 to $420 million in 2012.
Although Cambodia may be a new investment partner for many countries, the IMF forecasts a transition from “Low Income” to “Middle Income” country by 2014 and double-digit growth rates for the next five years. Competition should ramp accordingly with the rise in opportunities. PwC can be your trusted advisor to traverse the complexities of this dynamic market.
PwC Cambodia works in conjunction with the Malaysian, Thai, Loas and Vietnam firms and has made sure that its Japanese specialists, currently located in Phnom Penh, have not only a high specialist knowledge of the country but can also offer a wide range of industry specific solutions to service Japanese business needs across the entire region.
PricewaterhouseCoopers (Cambodia) Ltd
35 Sihanouk Boulevard, Tonle Bassac, Chamkarmon,
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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