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Role of the Central Bank in supporting economic diversification and productive employment in Cambodia

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  • Khou, Vouthy.
  • Cheng, Oudom.
  • Leng, Soklong.
  • Meng, Channarith.

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This study was undertaken by a team from the National Bank of Cambodia (NBC). It is a prime example of collaboration between a major national institution responsible for the conduct of monetary and financial policy and the ILO.

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  • Khou, Vouthy. & Cheng, Oudom. & Leng, Soklong. & Meng, Channarith., 2015. "Role of the Central Bank in supporting economic diversification and productive employment in Cambodia," ILO Working Papers 994878923402676, International Labour Organization.
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    economic growth; bank; employment creation; croissance économique; banque; création d'emploi; crecimiento económico; banco; creación de empleos;
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