Cambodian economy projected to rebound by 4% this year: officials

In the manufacturing sector, he said the ADB is optimistic about the prospects for a continued recovery in the production of garments, footwear, and apparel, and further growth in the production of travel goods. - Reuters

PHNOM PENH (Xinhua): Cambodia's economy is projected to rebound by four per cent in 2021 after experiencing a sharp contraction of minus 3.1 per cent last year due to the impact of Covid-19, Economy and Finance Ministry's standing secretary of state Vongsey Vissoth said here on Wednesday (Jan27).

The Southeast Asian country's economy is mainly driven by garment and footwear exports, tourism, construction, and agriculture.

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