Cambodia’s exports of clothing and footwear will grow by 5% this year, with similar growth rates expected over the next five years, but only if certain issues hindering the industry are addressed, according to the Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC).
Ken Loo, secretary-general, said issues currently hampering the sector include high production costs, low productivity and access to a limited number of markets.
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