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Hun Sen ở Trung quốc, về CPC hôm 10-4.

Hôm 9/4, Hun Sen chào xã giao CHủ tịch Quốc hội Trung quốc Zhang Dejiang và hội đàm tại Đại Lễ Đường Bac Kinh. Hội đàm với nguyên TTg TQ Ôn Gia Bảo .

Hôm 8/4 CPC và Columbia ký MOU về xây dựng cơ chế Tham vấn chính trị để tăng cường quan hệ họp tác song phương. AKP 10/4

Tổng giá trị của gói hỗ trợ của TQ giúp CPC trogn chuyến đi của Hun Sen: hơn 100 triệu$ vay ưu đãi, 48.8 tr $ (300 tr Yuan) thực hiện hiệp định hợp tác kinh tế kỹ thuật, 1,6 tỷ $ MOU về dự án lọc dầu. Koy Kuong 9/4. PP 10

BẦU CỬ

Nghị sỹ Kuoy Boun Roeun thuộc phe đối lập CNRP cho biết tại cuộc họp báo của NEC : Nếu NEC không sửa đổi lại chính sách lập danh sách cử tri hiện hành thì CNRP sẽ tổ chức tuần hành trước cuộc bầu cử để phản đối. Im Soursdey Chủ tịch NEC cho biết CNRP có quyền khiếu nại nhưng NEC chỉ làm theo luật. PP 10-4

Y tế-Thương mại

Thuốc Generic nhập từ Ấn độ điều trị bệnh HIV-AIDS có thể tăng giá 15 lần nếu đàm phán Hiepẹ định tự do thương mại EU-Ấn độ thành công trogn đó có điều khoản quy7 định về thương mại liên quan tới sở hữu trí tuệ. 13 tổ chức phi chinh phủ bảo vệ quyền phụ nữ và nhiều phụ nữ đang điều trị bằng thuốc điều trị HIV-AIDS biểu tình trước SQ EU và Ấn độ tại Phnom Penh đòi các quốc gia này xem lại tuyên bố của WTO năm 2001 về cân nhắc mục đích y tế công cộng và quyền tiếp cận thuốc phổ cập của các nước đang phát triển. ở CPC hiện nay có 40 nghìn người đang điều trị và sống chung với HIV/AIDS. PP 10-4

Cambodia To Achieve 7.2% Economic Growth This Year

AKP Phnom Penh, April 09, 2013 —

Cambodia’s economy is expected to remain vigorous over the next two years as Cambodia’s main markets in Europe and United States recover, Asian Development Bank (ADB) said in a new report.

“Economic growth is projected at 7.2 percent in 2013, picking up to 7.5 percent next year as recovery in Europe and the U.S. takes hold,” said Eric Sidgwick, ADB Country Director for Cambodia, in a news release issued this morning.

Private consumption, exports and investment, including strong and diversified foreign direct investment, will all drive economic development in 2013 and 2014, he added.

ADB further said Cambodia’s industry is expected to expand by 10.5 percent in 2013, as European demand for Cambodian products is expected to grow steadily, supported by duty-free access to the European market. Shipments of garments and footwear to the U.S. will likely be subdued this year but should pick up after that.

The report notes that net foreign direct investment inflows surged by an estimated 75 percent in 2012, to US$1.5 billion, funding new industries including automotive parts, electronics, and processing of agricultural products, as well as diversifying garment production into higher-value products and tourism into new areas. A surge in building approvals in 2012 will accelerate construction activity this year. The services sector is expected to grow by about 7 percent, with strong growth in tourism and real estate activity. Agriculture will likely grow by 4 percent, assuming favorable weather.

Moderate global food price increases and domestic harvests lead to expectations that inflation will average about 3.0 percent in 2013, it said, adding that in 2014, robust domestic demand is expected to result in higher inflation of 3.5 percent. These inflation forecasts will be at risk if bad weather pushes up food prices.

According to the report, while Cambodia’s growth prospects remain positive, chronic poor health and malnutrition is stunting the growth of 40 percent of Cambodian children. Left unaddressed, Cambodia’s continuing high incidence of child malnutrition will negatively affect future productivity and economic growth due to the associated irreversible long-term damage to physical and cognitive development.

KP Phnom Penh, April 09, 2013 –

Secretary General of Cambodian Senate H.E. Oum Sarith received here on Apr. 8 a visiting delegation of Thai Parliament led by H.E. Nukul Sunyathitiseri, Deputy Secretary General of Thai National Assembly.

The aim of the visit is to strengthen and expand the ties of friendship between the legislative bodies of the two neighboring countries, said H.E. Nukul Sunyathitiseri, considering that “this is a good opportunity to exchange experience and receive recommendations from H.E. Oum Sarith for the benefits of Thai Parliament.”

H.E. Oum Sarith informed his guests of the background and working process of the Cambodian Senate as well as its foreign relations and cooperation partners.

AKP Phnom Penh, April 09, 2013 –

Cambodia’s General Department of Customs and Excise (GDCE) collected approximately 348 billion Riel (Cambodian currency roughly over US$87 million) as income in March, up 11.6 percent if compared with the same period of 2012.

The remarks were made known here on Apr. 8 by H.E. Dr. Pen Siman, GDCE’s Director General in a meeting to review the March’s works.

H.E. Dr. Pen Siman also informed the meeting of the increase in tax income (about 7 percent) as compared with March 2012.

In addition, he laid stressed on the GDCE’s seven-point measures to further enhance the works’ efficiency.

AKP Phnom Penh, April 09, 2013 —

Cambodia and China signed on Monday eight cooperation documents during Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen’s official visit in China, according to Chinese News Agency Xinhua.

The eight documents were signed after the bilateral meeting between Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen and Chinese Premier H.E. Li Keqiang in Beijing’s Great Hall of the People on Monday, said Xinhua.

The signed documents are the Memorandum of Understanding between the National Bank of Cambodia and the China Banking Regulatory Commission, the Agreement on Economic and Technical Cooperation between the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) and the Government of China (300 million Yuan), the Framework Agreement on a Concessional Loan Agreement Provided by China to Cambodia (Koh Thom Bridge Project) between the RGC and the Government of China (126 million Yuan), the Exchange of Notes on the Project of Vocational School on Agriculture in Kratie Province between the RGC and the Government of China, the Concessional Loan Agreement on the Staung River Basin Water Resources Development Project Phase I between the Ministry of Economy and Finance of Cambodia and the Export-Import Bank of China (329.75 million Yuan), the Concessional Loan Agreement on the Koh Thom Bridge Project between the Ministry of Economy and Finance of Cambodia and the Export-Import Bank of China (126 million Yuan), the Action Plan on the Implementation of the China-Cambodia Comprehensive Strategic Partnership of Cooperation between the Government of China and the RGC, and the Memorandum of Understanding on the 5 million tons Oil Refinery Project among China Development Bank, China Export & Credit Insurance Corporation, China Perfect Machinery Industry Corporation and Cambodia Petrochemical Company (US$1.67 Billion).


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