Cambodia's labour costs are highly competitive and compare favourably with those in other Asian countries. Furthermore, as a least developed country (LDC), Cambodia benefits from duty-free and quota-free access to the major global markets. Cambodia's clothing factories have earned a well deserved reputation for their corporate social responsibility (CSR) programmes. These programmes have helped the factories to build valuable links with international brands. Working conditions in Cambodia's clothing factories are monitored and reported on independently by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and are judged in relation to national and international standards. This provides a major incentive for leading brands such as Gap, Levi Strauss & Co, Marks & Spencer (M&S) and Walmart to award supply contracts to the country's clothing manufacturers.
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The textile and clothing industry in Cambodia fulfils a crucial role in the country's economy and has performed strongly in recent years. Cambodian clothing exports grew by more than 62% between 2011 and 2016, facilitated to a great extent by the designation of Cambodia as a least developed country (LDC), which has provided the industry with duty-free and quota-free access to major world markets.
This research report provides an analysis of the textile and clothing industry in Cambodia, and the opportunities and challenges it faces. Also, it includes a geographical, political and economic profile and a wealth of statistical data relating to textile and clothing production, imports and exports of textiles and clothing, and FDI in the Cambodian clothing industry.
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