Cambodia has come to a recognition: A new economic frontier

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Cambodia has embarked on a 20-year struggle for a meaningful rebirth. This documentary produced by i-Profile indicates Cambodia’s gradual economic success, earning the World Bank’s recognition as the “Olympian of Growth.” In my opinion, manufacturing is the next step. Factories need to be brought into the country. When motorbikes and cars are being built and assembled, the economy will be at its very best. I love the fact that Cambodian core leaders are speaking English fluently. Cambodia is going international, and won’t look back, ever.

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