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Chinese investors, tourists contribute to Cambodia's socio-economic development: [Copy link] 中文

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PHNOM PENH — Chinese investors and tourists have greatly contributed to socio-economic development and poverty reduction in Cambodia, Cambodian business community leaders said.
China is both the largest sources of foreign direct investment (FDI) and tourists to Cambodia.
According to a report by the Council for the Development of Cambodia, the fixed asset investment from China accounted for 20.2  ...

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Human exchanges remain the single most vital element. The expectation of one over the other needs to be correct and fair. Chinese and Cambodians must be able to express themselves with relative ease equally at either side of the relationship. This will mean respect, familiarity and accommodation of culture and way-of-life of the other by either side. People or things affecting both sides should be carefully managed to ensure sustainability and success. This represents how one treasures the other. For example given that China is the larger one by headcount, hence when Chinese tour Cambodia, they ought to take extra care not to cause vandalism and littering of Cambodia. In fact its good if there are joint Chinese-Cambodian NGOs shuttling between China and Cambodia to carry out charitable and humanitarian works to spread the message of a caring society.

The Chinese and the Cambodians need to go out to the world too. Developing a global view together and addressing how best both Cambodia and China can engage the world is helpful to both. E.g. Mutual support of each other's global reach is one genuine friendship gesture. Doesn't mean with lesser headcounts, Cambodia cannot take on the world. After all Singapore did manage.

Similar for all other Indochinese.

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