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The next batman film : made in Cambodia? (English)

Animation schools in Cambodia are using the power of international trade to reach the poor. Computer animation has become increasingly sophisticated in recent decades. ... See More +

Brief 83069 SEP 01, 2013

Clark, Julian Latimer; Sok, Vannara

Getting the show on the road : improving Cambodia's logistics (English)

Despite joining the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) club relatively late in 1999, and then the World Trade Organization in 2004, Cambodia has made great strides since then in promoting trade with its neighbors and raising its economic growth rate, estimated to come in this year at a healthy 7.2 percent. ... See More +

Brief 83071 SEP 01, 2013

Clark, Julian Latimer; Sok, Vannara

That's (not) all, folks! : can cartoons be Cambodia's next export boom? (English)

Cambodia is seeking to expand its exports by tapping into high-value, modern services. A nascent and promising business outsourcing industry is focusing on information technology (IT) services such as data entry, network maintenance, and software development. ... See More +

Brief 83070 SEP 01, 2013

Clark, Julian Latimer; Sok, Vannara

Helping Cambodia to become a sophisticated services-exporting economy (English)

Over the past two decades Cambodia has experienced extraordinary economic growth, and become one of Asian's most open economies, especially in the services sector. ... See More +

Brief 83073 SEP 01, 2013

Clarke, Julian Latimer; Sok, Vannara

Getting things moving! : improving Cambodia's logistics to benefit fully from regional growth (English)

Cambodia has made great strides in promoting trade with its neighbors and raising its annual gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate to an impressive 7.3 percent in 2012; and this despite joining the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) club relatively late in 1999, and then the World Trade Organization in 2004. ... See More +

Brief 83072 SEP 01, 2013

Clark, Julian Latimer; Sok, Vannara

Turning rice into 'white gold' : a tale of four tigers (English)

Rice is the world's most important cereal for human nutrition, with an annual production of more than 450 million tons. However, the vast bulk of this tonnage goes to feed the domestic markets of the producers, leaving only a small percentage of that amount to be traded annually. ... See More +

Brief 83074 SEP 01, 2013

Clark, Julian Latimer; Sok, Vannara