Dec 15, 2010


Economists in Cambodia See Boon for Agriculture in 2011

  • Dec 15, 2010
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  • Agriculture is the main sector in Cambodia.  It has been contributes more than 30 percent to the GDP and is valued at around $10 billion per year. The sector has shown growth of 5 percent annually, even while other economic drivers like industry sector and tourism were stunted by the crisis.
    Agriculture acted as an important role in gained the attention of many economists as it helped prop up the country’s flagging economy.
    Peter Brimble, chief economist for the Asian Development Bank mentioned that he expects the agriculture sector to grow in 2011, especially thanks to more focus form the government and its long-term rice policy.

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