Phnom Penh – Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen and his Nepalese counterparty K.P. Sharma Oli on Tuesday encouraged business communities in their countries to explore mutual trade and investment opportunities, while the countries also signed two agreements that would foster such trade.
Nepal’s premier is on an official three-day visit to Cambodia and both leaders spoke at a Cambodia-Nepal Business Forum in Phnom Penh, which was attended by businesses representatives from the two countries.
Hun Sen made a pitch for business opportunities in Cambodia, which he said has, “Political and macroeconomic stability, an open economy for investors without discrimination, a labor force that is diverse and young, and Cambodia is in a strategic location in ASEAN.” Hun Sen urged Cambodian businessmen to also seek out opportunities in Nepal.
© 2019, The Cambodia Daily. All rights reserved No part of this article may be reproduced in print, electronically, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed without written permission.