European Chamber of Commerce in Cambodia (EuroCham) has expressed its optimism about the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC)’s reform programme.
“It is true that currently, we can’t see the outcomes of the reform programme because we are in the transitional period. We strongly believe that the RGC’s reform efforts will give good results in the future,” Mr. Guillaume Massin, Vice Chairman of EuroCham, told reporters after the first ever Cambodia-EU Business Dialogue held here early this week.
Cambodia remains an attractive country for foreign investors, affirmed Mr. Guillaume Massin.
The RGC and private sector have been working hard to solve the lack of human resources issue, said Mr. Guillaume Massin, continuing that Cambodia has been dealing with companies that do not pay tax.
H.E. George Edgar, Ambassador of EU to Cambodia, said that EuroCham has been encouraging the RGC to enhance work efficiency in order to attract more European investors to Cambodia while only 5 percent of them are present in Cambodia.