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Cambodia - Report of economic mission - 1969 : The main report (Inglês)

This economic report claims that it is clear that in the process of Cambodian’s nation-building, political aims prevailed over strictly economic objectives. With the present government, the primary internal objective is political stability supported by an effort at promoting social progress. Single-minded pursuit of GDP growth, irrespective of income distribution and social relations, is an idea foreign not only to the Chief of State but to nearly all Cambodians. The emphasis on social equality is reinforced by the observation that large differences in wealth exist along ethnic differences, with the Chinese minority commanding disproportionate economic power. Another factor is that Prince Sihancuk personally seems to be influenced by the Physiocrat school of thought, where agricultural pursuits rank highest in productivity, while commercial and other service activities are looked upon as more or less parasitic. It is against this general background, which in part also explains the relatively modest economic growth targets of Cambodia's five-year plans that one has to view the limited success so far achieved in gearing the administration to the promotion of economic development.

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  • Data do documento

    1970/10/12

  • TIpo de documento

    Relatório Econômico ou Setorial Pré-2003

  • No. do relatório

    EAP13

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    3

  • País

    Camboja,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/06/12

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    The main report

  • Palavras-chave

    Agriculture;foreign trade;balance of payment;private investment;rate of growth;gdp growth rate;current account deficit;market price;state enterprises;Foreign Exchange Reserve;savings and investment;black market rate;official exchange rate;flow of tourists;debt service payment;import of goods;international financial institution;development of tourism;difference in income;engine of growth;agriculture and industry;allocation of resource;world war ii;total current expenditures;nationalization of bank;education and health;debt service ratio;shortage of funds;economic growth targets;means of payment;government tax revenue;state industrial enterprise;important national issues;role of parliament;private enterprise;diplomatic relation;Exchange Rates;constitutional monarchy;military conflict;ethnic group;social advancement;credit policy;rice production;Population Growth;financial constraint;government investment;Credit policies;french franc;agricultural sector;cultivated land;General Administration;manufacturing industry;rice crop;political party;political parties;Armed Forces;legislative action;constitutional reform;social resentment;Higher Education;international treaty;pay scale;facial features;constitutional rule;body structure;dark skin;coconut plantations;forestry resource;timber extraction;water requirement;sugar palm;sugar production;cambodian language;family relationship;financial activities;educational institution;urban consumer;compulsory subject;demographic data;political activities;rural trade;rice farmer;private capital;government sector;Capital Inflows;agricultural production;private trade;real gnp;rice yield;savings increase;urban income;business community;unsound practice;government revenue;state monopoly;austerity program;trading companies;domestic price;mixed enterprise;agricultural issue;consultative body;real gdp;national politics;rubber processing;executive branch;national interest;marginal land;foreign bank;military aid;industrial growth;existing capacity;retail enterprise;productive enterprise;private saving;processed food;Real estate;economic recovery;residential construction;existing debt;railway line;international airport;primary road;telecommunication equipment;power consumption;total consumption;war situations;national unity;national movement;export earnings;combat troop;merchandise import;export prospects;grant aid;capital requirement;concessional term;hindu law;communist movement;peace treaty;foreign assistance;foreign policy;industrial production;world market;foreign capital;budget support;expenditure program;defense expenditure;investment outlay;net credit;government salary;qualified personnel;vietnam war;Tax Evasion;domestic consumption;export regime;import requirement;budgetary system;Industrial Estate;transport facility;state trading;market incentive;private industry;Industrial Policies;Industrial Policy;economic reform;commercial bank;deposit resource;credit squeeze;money supply;government operation;private banking;institutional framework;agricultural practice;average yield;concession area;virgin land;government's policy;import substitution;government expenditure;tax base;sectoral investment;productive sector;free zone;expenditure policy;rural economy;cultivation technique;double cropping;fish canning;Water Management;public finance;independent nation;trade balance;capital expenditure;working class;consumer price;social relation;ethnic differences;educational system;Economic Policy;formally head;political opposition;social equality;political stability;territorial integrity;agricultural pursuits;social progress;military aggression;

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