Cambodia’s economy remains robust and will likely grow 7 percent this year as well as next year, but risks such as the country’s post-election uncertainty and sluggish international growth could yet cause fluctuations, the World Bank said Monday. In its semi-annual East Asia and Pacific Economic Update, the World Bank said that Cambodia’s economy overall “remains positive,” with most growth centered in the agricultural, garment, construction and tourism sectors. “Overall macroeconomic outlook remains positive…[gross domestic product] growth has been driven by a sustained strong agricultural sector growth, re*silient exports, rebounding construction activity, and a robust tourism sector,” it
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