The COVID-19 pandemic has laid siege to Cambodia’s garment industry. Capital Cambodia investigates the unravelling of the sector and asks what the future holds for its beleaguered workforce
New technology will improve competitiveness and productivity
Climate risks, and demand by Cambodia’s garment customers for international standard waste compliance are inevitably pushing the Kingdom towards a circular economy
The possibility of a partial suspension of the Everything But Arms (EBA) preferential trade access that might target certain industries surfaced in the buzzing aftermath of the EU beginning its review process.
Even without the removal of Everything but Arms, Cambodia’s economy is vulnerable to slowing garment, footwear and rice exports