Cambodia Sihanoukville Special Economic Zone (SEZ), located in Sihanoukville, the only international port city in Cambodia, is a landmark project on the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), aiming to create an ideal trading platform for enterprises.
As a special economic and trade cooperation zone jointly developed in 2007 by Hodo Group, a Wuxi-based textile and garment giant, and Cambodia International Investment Development Group, the zone was the first of its kind in that country. Its development was based on an intergovernmental agreement and bilateral coordination between China and Cambodia.
After over 10 years of development, the Sihanoukville SEZ has become a hotspot for investment, attracting 131 companies and providing employment opportunities for more than 22,000 local people, according to the statistics provided at the end of January 2019.
By the end of July 2018, investment in Sihanoukville SEZ had reached $650 million and its total output value had reached $930 million.
The development of Sihanoukville SEZ has promoted communication between Sihanoukville and Jiangsu province in many areas, such as the economies, culture and medicine. In 2009, Sihanoukville and Jiangsu’s Wuxi signed a sister city agreement.
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