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Majority of Cambodian people perform agricultural activities and enjoy the country’s national resources for their daily family’s income generation. Therefore, Cultivable land is considered as the most important asset for the poor as it serves as an important means for their food and income...
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In Cambodia, the vast majority of the population lives in rural areas and sustains its livelihood from agriculture, especially rice farming. Oxfam sees rice as an important and strategic commodity, both in Asia and worldwide. Despite a relative decline in total agricultural and economic output in...
Responsible Business Practices: Cambodia's Changing Business Landscape
Rapid growth characterised Cambodia’s economy in the past few years. Fueled by a population of more than 15 million1—with half of the workforce working in the agriculture sector—Cambodia has established itself as a potential economic playmaker in the South East Asian region. However, just like in...
In Cambodia, the vast majority of the population lives in rural areas and sustains its livelihood from agriculture, especially rice farming. Oxfam sees rice as an important and strategic commodity, both in Asia and worldwide. Despite a relative decline in total agricultural and economic output in...
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