ADB helps Cambodia address challenges for post-COVID-19 pandemic recovery with a focus on economic diversification, skill development, and climate change mitigation and adaptation.
Cambodia is about to graduate from least developed country status. It should accelerate trade reforms to address the challenges its new status will bring.
ASEAN members must shift from meeting basic development targets to ramping up efforts to improve quality of life across the region to build a resilient ASEAN and yield a faster recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, says a new ADB report.
This report uses a broad range of indicators to assess the individual and collective development progress made by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
A new ADB report finds that the path to recovery has proven uneven and diverse, yielding development gaps among member countries of ASEAN.
Cambodia’s economic growth averaged over 7% per annum in the decade before the pandemic, making Cambodia one of the fastest-growing economies in the region.
ADB is one of the country’s largest sources of official development assistance, with average annual lending of $368.3 million in 2018–2022. The bank’s support is aligned with Cambodia’s National Strategic Development Plan, 2019–2023 and Strategic Framework and Programs for Economic Recovery in the Context of Living with COVID-19 in a New Normal, 2021–2023.
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The Cambodia Resident Mission (CARM), located in Phnom Penh, was established in December 1996. As ADB's principal representative in Cambodia, CARM's primary responsibilities include:
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Last updated: 7 December 2022