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Demand for cheap rentals outnumbers supply
 

Last Updated on 20 June 2013 By Sam Sopanharith 
A public building for migrant labourers and poorer residents in Phnom Penh. Photograph: Hong Menea/Phnom Penh Post
The boom in high-rise buildings in Phnom Penh indicates the robust economic growth of the Kingdom, but this trend does not include the lower-end accommodation where most economic migrants to Phnom Penh rent.
http://www.phnompenhpost.com/2013062066371/Real-Estate/demand-for-cheap-rentals-outnumbers-supply.html

 

Provinces missing out on property boom


Last Updated on 30 May 2013
By Siv Meng

An Angkor temple in Siem Reap province. Photograph: Sreng Meng Srun/Phnom Penh Post
Although the real estate sector in Phnom Penh is thriving, with current trends increasing values and plenty of buying and selling, this has not been seen much in the provinces.
http://www.phnompenhpost.com/2013053065917/Real-Estate/provinces-missing-out-on-property-boom.html

 

Cambodia’s industrial sector continues to thrive


Last Updated on 06 June 2013
By Rupert Winchester

Building work on Diamond Island. Photograph: Hong Menea/Phnom Penh Post
Cambodia remains an attractive destination for industrial work, with a low inflation rate of 3 per cent and a low minimum wages of $80 per month, according to the CBRE Asia Pacific Logistics Rental Index.
http://www.phnompenhpost.com/2013060666085/Real-Estate/cambodia-s-industrial-sector-continues-to-thrive.html

 

A Sunny outlook for Cambodia


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ast Updated on 30 May 2013 By Rupert Winchester

Sunny Soo, driving change in Cambodia’s real estate market. Photo Supplied
With a rash of changes of senior management at some of the Kingdom’s largest real estate firms in recent months, it can be hard to keep track of who is working where. 
http://www.phnompenhpost.com/2013053065919/Real-Estate/a-sunny-outlook-for-cambodia.html

 

ADB Predicts 7.2 Percent Economic Growth


By Simon Lewis - April 10, 2013

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) on Tuesday upgraded its calculation of economic growth in Cambodia last year to 7.2 percent, though warned that stagnating child malnutrition rates were a significant threat to the country’s long-term development.
 
In its annual evaluation of econ­omies in the Asia Pacific region, the ADB’s evaluation of Cambodia’s economic growth in 2012 marked a steep rise from an October prediction of 6.4 percent. Looking forward, the ADB predicted 7.2 percent growth this year and 7.5 percent growth in 2014.
http://www.cambodiadaily.com/archive/adb-predicts-7-2-percent-economic-growth-in-2013-18068/

 

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