January 2006
Asia Monitor: South East Asia Monitor Volume 1;Jan2006, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p6
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The article presents the risk summary of Cambodia. The leaders of the two parties in Cambodia's ruling coalition have pledged stronger ties with each other. In a statement, the two parties agreed to campaign together during elections, rather than insult each other. Due to better-than-expected outlook for the country's garment industry, the World Bank has increased significantly its forecast for Cambodian growth for 2005 to 6.1% from 2.6% previously. Asian budget airline Thai AirAsia Co. Ltd. has begun a service between Phnom Penh and two South-East Asian capitals.


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