Attorneys from Tilleke & Gibbins’ office in Phnom Penh have contributed an updated Cambodia chapter to Foreign Investment Review 2024, a global guide to the legal and regulatory environment for foreign investment in 27 jurisdictions around the world. Published and distributed by Lexology Panoramic, the guide is focused on law and policy regarding foreign investment oversight, regulatory frameworks, procedural requirements, and other notable concerns for foreign investors.
The Cambodia chapter was updated by Jay Cohen, partner and director of Tilleke & Gibbins’ Phnom Penh office, and Nitikar Nith, associate. The chapter focuses most closely on the law and policy section, which explains the government’s policies and practices regarding foreign direct investment, the main investment laws and their scope, and the relevant authorities responsible for regulating mergers, acquisitions, and other business transactions. The chapter also brings up key recent developments, such as the prospect of Cambodia establishing a competition regulator.
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Tilleke & Gibbins also provided the Laos, Myanmar, and Vietnam chapters to Foreign Investment Review 2024. Readers can also gain 30 days of complementary access to the full Foreign Investment Review 2024 guide and the rest of Lexology Panoramic’s varied offerings through this link.