Cambodia is the second smallest economy in the 10-country ASEAN[1] and remains one of the least developed countries (LDC) in Asia. Services is the largest sector and contributes to around 40% of GDP, while agriculture, employing approximately half of the country’s labour force, represents one-third of the economy. The remaining share is attributed to the industry sector, with garments, tourism, and construction being the main industries.

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