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    This paper examines Cambodia’s Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper Progress. The Cambodian economy grew by 5.2 percent in 2003 compared with 5.5 percent in 2002, led by continued growth in garments exports, a rebound in overall investments and an upward surge in agricultural production. The drop in foreign direct investment has been more than compensated by domestic private investment and higher consumption induced by higher public spending. Moreover, the weakness in the service sector receipts has been offset by continued strong growth in garments exports.

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    Paper provided by International Monetary Fund in its series IMF Staff Country Reports with number 04/333.

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    Length: 124
    Date of creation: 22 Oct 2004
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    Handle: RePEc:imf:imfscr:04/333

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    Keywords: Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers; road; roads; mtef; expenditure; expenditures; road network; national roads; road maintenance; rural roads; public expenditure; road rehabilitation; road construction; rural road; tertiary roads; road infrastructure; medium term expenditure framework; capital expenditures; expenditure framework; expenditure tracking; public financial management; public expenditure tracking; road fund; provincial roads; public expenditure review; rural accessibility; medium-term expenditure framework; road transport; asphalt; expenditure plan; medium term expenditure; expenditure monitoring; earth roads; road transport services; expenditure management; medium-term fiscal framework; public expenditures; capital expenditure; health expenditures; expenditure commitments; road networks; road maintenance fund; recurrent expenditures; laterite roads; public expenditure tracking survey; provincial road; major roads; total expenditures; primary roads; medium-term expenditure; total current expenditures; investment expenditure; secondary road; road length; expenditure allocations; land transport; road safety; public spending; recurrent expenditure; transport planning; secondary roads; ring roads; national road; motor vehicle; public sector wage bill; government expenditure; road use; tertiary road; rural road construction; motorcycles; road conditions;


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    1. Sjöholm, Fredrik & Sjöberg, Örjan, 2005. "The Cambodian Economy: Ready For Take-Off?," EIJS Working Paper Series 209, The European Institute of Japanese Studies.


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