Attorneys from Tilleke & Gibbins’ office in Phnom Penh have contributed the Cambodia chapter to the Foreign Investment Review 2020, a global guide to the legal and regulatory environment for foreign investment in 19 jurisdictions worldwide. Published and distributed by Getting the Deal Through, the guide discusses law and policy on oversight of foreign investment, regulatory frameworks, procedural requirements, and other important stipulations for foreign investors.
The Cambodia chapter was authored by Jay Cohen, partner and director of Tilleke & Gibbins’ Phnom Penh office, and Pichrotanak Bunthan, an advisor in the same office. The authors focus most closely on the law and policy section, which lays out the government’s policies and practices, the main investment laws and their scope of application, and the relevant authorities responsible for regulating mergers and similar transactions. Also discussed are some key recent and ongoing developments—particularly the drafting of a law to address competition issues and introduce greater scrutiny of mergers and acquisitions.
The Cambodia chapter is available below as a PDF.
Tilleke & Gibbins also contributed the Laos, Myanmar, and Vietnam chapters to Foreign Investment Review 2020. To browse all 19 jurisdictions covered by the guide, please visit the Getting the Deal Through website.