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Old August 19th, 2014, 08:13 AM   #3621
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This thread is from Philippines, Manila i heard the CPI investor is invest in Phnom Penh soon they have proposed 3 towers 47 floors here in cambodia i don't have any idea where is it located this source is came from news in philippines
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Old August 20th, 2014, 06:28 PM   #3622
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Old December 6th, 2016, 03:42 AM   #3623
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China Is Transforming Southeast Asia Faster Than Ever
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December 5, 2016

China’s investment is transforming its smaller Southeast Asian neighbors like never before while helping turn Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar into bigger destinations for its exports.

That’s driving some of the world’s fastest economic growth rates and providing Chinese companies with low-cost alternatives as they seek to move capacity out of the country. It’s also helping Asia’s largest economy and nations in its orbit adapt to what looks more and more like a new era of waning U.S. commitment to the region from a more inward-looking administration of President-elect Donald Trump.

"China’s definitely looking at these countries in general as an area where it can sell products and get good return for its investments," said Edward Lee, an economist with Standard Chartered Plc in Singapore. "China itself is getting more expensive for its companies, and that’s reinforcing this trend."

China is investing in everything from railroads to real estate in Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar -- the frontier-market economies of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.

China Minsheng Investment Group and LYP Group, headed by Senator Ly Yong Phat, signed a $1.5 billion deal last week to build a 2,000-hectare city near Phnom Penh with a convention center, hotels, golf course, and amusement parks, the official Xinhua News Agency reported. The spending equals roughly one-tenth of the country’s $15.9 billion gross domestic product.
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BYD to build monorail in Cambodia
Jan 15, 2018
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SHENZHEN-BASED electric-car maker BYD announced that it will build a monorail transit system, named SkyRail, in Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh, according to BYD.

The company inked an agreement with the local government of Phnom Penh on Jan. 8. The 14-kilometer monorail line will go from the Phnom Penh International Airport to the city’s downtown area, BYD said.

Traffic congestion is a headache in Phnom Penh. BYD said the local government of Phnom Penh chose the monorail solution proposed by the company because of the transit system’s unique advantages.

Liu Xueliang, a general manager of BYD’s Asia-Pacific sales department, said the SkyRail is more cost-saving compared to a subway, requiring only one-fifth of the cost and one-third of the construction time of a Metro line of the same length.

“The SkyRail shows its natural advantages to fit into different geographical environments, with its strong climbing ability and small turning radius,” Liu said. “It utilizes limited road space in cities while minimizing disruption to local communities and eco-environments.”

According to BYD, the company has spent 5 billion yuan on research and development for its monorail program over the past five years.
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