Doing business in Cambodia
Cambodia is a developing market economy in Southeast Asia with a population of more than 15 million people and a GDP of around USD 18.5 billion (2015). The country’s economy is growing rapidly and liberal trade and investment policies have been introduced to promote trade and foreign investment. Despite its still challenging business climate, business opportunities can be found in several sectors, in particular in agri-food, horticulture, garments, tourism and construction/real estate.
Recently, a Multi-sectoral Market Study in Cambodia has been finalised. The report provides an overview of doing business in Cambodia and highlights business opportunities in five sectors: Agriculture, Logistics and Infrastructure, Energy, Healthcare and Garment industry. If you are working for a Dutch company and would like to receive the report, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Business networks and contacts in Cambodia
Netherlands' Embassy in Bangkok
The Netherlands' Embassy in Bangkok is supporting Dutch entrepreneurs in doing business in Thailand, Laos and Cambodia.
T. +66 2 309 52 00
The Embassy is working within a more extensive trade-network with representations all over Southeast Asia. This network includes Embassies in Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Manila, Hanoi and Yangon, a Consulate-General in Ho Chi Minh city and honorary consuls.
EuroCham aims to promote the interests of European businesses operating in Cambodia, facilitating the entry of European companies into the market and creating an extensive support network among corporate and individual members alike. In this context, EuroCham activities include partnerships with the governments in the areas of taxation and dispute resolution, the creation of sector-specific Committees under the EuroCham umbrella and provision of a range of services to European Businesses.
Netherlands Cambodia Chamber of Commerce
The NCCC aims to promote economic ties between the Netherlands and Cambodia by acting in the interests of our members, providing information and building professional networks. The NCCC assists Dutch businesses and expatriates, as well as Cambodians with the aim to strengthen ties with the Netherlands. The NCCC provides a broad range of basic information.
Subsidies & Programs
The Netherlands' government has developed several instruments to support Dutch companies in doing business in Cambodia. For more information, please visit the RVO country page on Cambodia (below).
In addition, several Dutch organisations are actively promoting local entrepreneurship and trade between the EU and Cambodia, including the CBI (Cen Centre for the Promotion of Imports from developing countries) and PUM (Netherlands Senior Experts).