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Cambodia

After decades of political mismanagement and civil war, Cambodia has recently begun to capitalize on its economic potential. Since adopting free-market economic policies in the 1990’s and increasing its integration within the international community, Cambodia’s economy has flourished. From 1998 to 2007, Cambodia’s GDP growth ranked sixth in the world (9.8%) and fastest in the Far East after China. Cambodia’s continued upward trajectory will be driven by several factors. Cambodia is resource-rich with newfound offshore oil and gas deposits in the Gulf of Thailand and mineral deposits in the northern provinces. Tourism is also growing quickly, as Cambodia is home to pristine beaches, world-class cultural relics (Angkor Wat) and a burgeoning eco-tourism sector. Cambodia also benefits from a young and cheap workforce, and a growing middle-class.

Cambodia - GDP Growth Rate (%)
Cambodia - GDP Growth Rate (%)
Source: IMF
Cambodia - CSX Composite Index
Cambodia - CSX Composite Index
Source: Bloomberg

Stock Market:

The Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) was established on  11th July 2011 and is headquartered in Phnom Penh and there are currently 4 companies listed. The CSX held its first IPO of state-owned Phnom Penh Water Authority on 18th April 2012. The second listing on the CSX was Grand Twins International which listed on 16th June 2014 followed by Phnom Penh Autonomous Port on 9th December 2015 and Phnom Penh Special Economic Zone on 30th May 2016. The market capitalization was USD 203 million as of January 2017.

TY Fashion (Cambodia) Plc (www.tyfashion.com.kh) is expected to list in 2017.

Useful Links:

Cambodia Securities Exchange website: www.csx.com.kh

Price Quotes:

Grand Twins International (GTI) Quote 

Phnom Penh Autonomous Port (PPAP) Quote

Phnom Penh Special Economic Zone (PPSP) Quote

Phnom Penh Water (PWSA) Quote

Cambodia Map.