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6 Investment opportunities in Cambodia await!

If investment capital isn’t an issue to you, these 6 development projects below can be under your control either you need ADAENG for the primary level or long-term run together. ADAENG can assist you to open the case if you wish to work with us for primary level or enter a signed MOU to record the agreement in principle and obligations up to the establishment of a SPV together with all the necessary consents, approvals and licenses from the authorities of Cambodia.

1. $50 billion US dollars, 10-year infrastructure plan

The government’s upcoming $50 billion,10-year infrastructure master plan. The plan will encompass about 330 projects, including road construction, renovations, widening and other upgrades; connectivity improvements to speed up travel and freight transport; and supporting infrastructure at international border checkpoints. The projects include the expansion and upgrade of national roads 5 and 7; modernisation of the railway; waterway transport improvements, including a link from the capital to the Kep coastal port via the Tonle Bassac river; and the construction of a bridge across the Mekong River in Kratie province and a road connecting Battambang and Kampong Thom provinces.

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2. $2 billion Cambodia-Thailand Border Township Development

It is a public private partnership projected by a local Cambodian company which a Cambodia-Thailand Border Town is going to develop on 1,000 hectares of empty land. The company obtained a license and permits as provided by the Government of Cambodia in 2019. Capital of investment is about $2 billion US dollars. Investors/developers can buy off the project even though the project owner considers it a joint venture under SPV for most. 

3. 1,815 MW Solar Energy 2030

Cambodia is aiming to have 1,815 MW by 2030. Even though renewables now make up most of Cambodia’s energy, bigger ambitions are ahead. An additional 495 megawatts (MW) of electricity generation from seven solar power plants will be online by 2023. This will boost solar power’s share to 20% of installed power capacity.

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4. $700 Million US dollars Smart Eco-Friendly City

$708,444,293.55 Rumduol Smart Eco City Development is part of Kampong Speu Provincial Town Development to provide a holistic approach toward a sustainable development in an upcoming Industrial Hub for the whole nation. Providing a modern city that is smart and at the same time not detached from the nature.  

Rumduol North Development consists of 16.82 hectares of development land with 10.8 hectares is divided into 3 residential developments (Frangipani, Crossandra, Buttercups). The rest is allocated for commercial development.

Rumduol South Development consists of 33.1 Hectare of development land with 18.3 hectares is divided into 4 residential developments (Saffron, Daffodils, Jasmine, Daisy). 11.05 hectares are allocated for Commercial Development. 4.85 hectares of land is allocated to develop a Lake Garden with a 400m jogging track, with Brands Outlet and restaurants as well as a 25 stories

In 2017, over 9.2 million have access to an improved water supply, but only 1 million rural households had piped water supply. While over half of these 1 million rural households have access to improved sanitation, the other half still practice open defecation.

5. $80,000,000.00 – Piped Water Supply Investment

In 2017, over 9.2 million have access to an improved water supply, but only 1 million rural households had piped water supply. While over half of these 1 million rural households have access to improved sanitation, the other half still practice open defecation.

6. $80M One Stop Industrial Hubs

$80,000,000.00 – The Agri-Industrial Hubs aims at offering the business advantages of traditional industrial parks while also using resources more efficiently, improving productivity, supporting the achievement of firms’ social responsibility goals, and lowering exposure to climate change risks.

Make manufacturing – and related industries such as logistics – faster, more efficient and more customer-centric, while at the same time going beyond automation and optimization and detect new business opportunities and models.

Relocate existing micro, small, medium enterprises (MSMEs) putting in place serviced industrial infrastructure conducive to attracting new investments, especially in manufacturing, while at the same time promoting environmental sustainability.

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