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PHNOM PENH'S CHANGING SKYLINE SIHOUETTED IN THE EARLY MORNING SUN

A New Dawn

As Cambodia’s middle class grows, the foundations are being laid to fill the housing gap. BY MARISSA CARRUTHERS

Buying Property in Cambodia

By David Murphy With the introduction of strata titled property in Cambodia, property ownership can now be secured by one of three forms of title: hard title, soft title and private ownership in co-owned buildings – aka strata title. Hard title is the strongest form of ownership and is recognised at the national level through the

TRUCTION CLOSE TO PHNOM PENH'S OLYMPIC STADIUM, PART OF A FAST-CHANGING CITY LANDSCAPE

Building Boom in Myanmar, Cambodia

Building and construction trade show BuildTech Yangon is set to expand in 2015 to meet the demands of Myanmar’s growing construction sector. The three-day trade show focuses on infrastructure, residential and commercial buildings, transportation, manufacturing and trading. The event includes a 12,000- sqm exhibition space with equipment from more than 150 companies on display, along

TRUCTION CLOSE TO PHNOM PENH'S OLYMPIC STADIUM, PART OF A FAST-CHANGING CITY LANDSCAPE

ASEAN’s Phoenix Rising

It’s a cliché universally abused by journalists and commentators alike that Cambodia is a country slowly rising from the horrors of the Khmer Rouge, but for once this can be rightly applied to the capital’s property market; for so long stagnant in recent years it has seen a remarkable renaissance. BY MARISSA CARRUTHERS The sound

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The House of the Rising Yen

As more and more Japanese investment floods into ASEAN, Cambodia is becoming an increasingly promising investment for the smart investor. ASEAN Forum talks with one Japanese company that is turning Cambodian. BY MARK BIBBY JACKSON somehow it seems appropriate that the loftiest bar in town is part of the increasing Japanese influence within the Cambodian

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