Thirtyone Percent of All Business Operations in Cambodia Are Retail Selling Businesses – Wednesday, 3.6.2009

Posted on 4 June 2009. Filed under: Week 615 |

The Mirror, Vol. 13, No. 615

“New statistics shows that among various business operations run by Cambodians so far, 31% are retail selling businesses.

“According to a joint study by the International Finance Corporation and by the Asia Foundation released last week, in Cambodia, there are 63,507 business operations out of which 31% are retail selling businesses and 22% are food service operations like restaurants and bars. Supermarkets or places selling modern goods like department stores set up in air conditioned environments contribute 17%. Places providing repairing services for cars, motorbikes, bikes, or shoes contribute 10%. Besides, there are other operations such as accommodation services – 9%, professional services like hospitals and law offices – 2%, construction operations – 1%, natural resources operations – 1%, and some other services, including food products like cake-baking houses or ice-producing sites.

“The same source added that many of those operations are located in Phnom Penh. It says, ‘45% of the 63,507 business operations are located in Phnom Penh, 10% in Battambang, 7% in Kandal, and 5% in Siem Reap.’

“There are up to 28,440 operations in total located in Phnom Penh, 6,153 operations in Battambang, 4,459 in Kandal, and 3,381 in Siem Reap and the provinces, with the lowest number of sites in Kep, Stung Treng, and Preah Vihear.

“This study says that there are only 180 business operation sites in Kep, 214 in Stung Treng, and 309 in Preah Vihear.” Rasmei Kampuchea, Vol.17, #4910, 3.6.2009

The Mirror, Vol. 13, No. 615

Newspapers Appearing on the Newsstand:
Wednesday, 3 June 2009

Kampuchea Thmey, Vol.8, #1960, 3.6.2009

  • South Korea and ASEAN Sign an Investment Deal to Encourage investments of up to US$150 Billion by 2015
  • Cambodia Vows to End Serious Child Labor by the End of 2016
  • The North Korean Leader [Kim Jong-Il] Nominates His Third Son [Kim Jong-Un, 25] as His Successor

Khmer Machas Srok, Vol.3, #416, 3.6.2009

  • [President of the Cambodian Independent Teachers’ Association] Rong Chhun: Cambodian Children Are Facing Many Problems in the Society

Koh Santepheap, Vol.42, #6666, 3.6.2009

  • Spokesperson [of the Council of Ministers] Dismisses the Claim [by US ambassador to Cambodia, Ms. Carol Rodley] that US$500 Million Is Lost by Corruption Each Year in Cambodia] and Says the Statement Has No Basis
  • Air France Plane Crashed into the Atlantic Ocean, Killing 228 People [it is assumed that the plane was hit by lightning in a storm]
  • Nearly Four Tonnes of Ingredients Used to Produce Drugs Are Burnt; This Is the First Activity of Deputy Prime Minister Ke Kim Yan [who has just been appointed as president of the National Authority for Combating Drugs]

Moneaksekar Khmer, Vol.16, #3774, 3.6.2009

  • [Former Khmer Rouge leader] Nuon Chea’s Defense Lawyers Cannot Meet with Government Officials to Discuss about Corruption [because government and court officials have no plans to meet them]

Rasmei Kampuchea, Vol.17, #4910, 3.6.2009

  • Thirtyone Percent of All Business Operations in Cambodia Are Retail Selling Businesses
  • The Authorities Deny the Claim by Cambodian Center for Human Rights that the Authorities Prohibited a Meeting at Boeng Kak Lake [organized for residents to have the opportunity to meet representatives of the government, of the company, and their elected officials to talk about their problems – but the authorities said there was no permission from the municipality for this meeting]
  • 26 Girls Liberated from a Company which Did Not Display Their Company Sign, and Five People Responsible Were Arrested [a company in Phnom Penh licensed as a labor export broker agency]
  • Civil Servants Can Have Their Salaries through the ATMs of the ANZ Royal Bank
  • The Asian Development Bank Agrees to Provide US$574 Million for 2009-2010 [public investment program]
  • Vietnam Announces Two More Cases of A/H1N1 Flu
  • Five Cambodian Youth Go to America for the World Wide Farmers Exchange [at Hawaii]

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