Saturday, October 2, 2010

PM Hun Sen Calls for More Investment from Japan


Prime Minister Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen has called for more Japanese investment in Cambodia.

Japan is the biggest donor country in Cambodia and big Japanese companies such as Mitsubishi, Merubeni, etc. have been present in the country, said Samdech Techo Hun Sen during a meeting with a delegation of Nippon Keidaren of Japan.

Anyway, the number of Japanese investors in Cambodia is still limited, said the Cambodian premier, thus appealing all Japanese companies that wish to invest in Cambodia to come and examine the investment possibilities in the country.

The private investment from Japan will help promote Cambodia’s development and its integration into ASEAN, he stressed.

For his part, Kenjiro Fukubayashi, head of the Japanese delegation, told Samdech Techo Hun Sen that the purpose of the visit of his delegation, which comprises of CEOs of different companies, members of the Japan Business Federation, is to learn more about trade, economic situation and investment atmosphere in Cambodia with an aim to further expand the trade relations and promote development of economic corridors as well as the whole regional economy.

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