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- According to the IMF, Cambodia’s real GDP growth to be 5 percent in 2022, after the strong export performance earlier in the year, and nearly 5.5% percent in 2023, supported by the continued recovery of tourism and ongoing policy support.
However, they said this was dampened by external pressures and the impact of rising prices on real disposable income.
- According the to financial agency’s 2022 annual executive summary, for Cambodia while inflation is expected to peak this year, it should be lower in 2023, and decline further thereafter, assuming it remains mostly confined to imported goods. Uncertainty around the outlook is particularly high, and risks are tilted to the downside. The most pressing risks are from rising private debt; conditions in key large economies; and inflation, it added.
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