Cambodia is a country in Southeast Asia that borders Thailand, Vietnam and Laos. The country has a surface of over 181,000 km², a coastline of roughly 441 km at the Gulf of Thailand, and is divided into 24 provinces and the urban area Phnom Penh.
Is Cambodia a third world country?
Cambodia is technically a third world country and is one of the poorest nation’s in the world. About a third of its citizens live on less than a dollar a day. Farming is the main industry for these people and there is a level of subsistence living where they grow what they need and have trouble affording extra items.
Is Cambodia a capitalist country?
Today’s capitalist Cambodia, with an economy that averaged 8.1 percent growth from 2000-2012 and expanded 7.4 percent last year, according to the World Bank, is a far cry from what the Khmer Rouge envisioned when it abolished money and property ownership, executed entrepreneurs and blew up the central bank.
Is Cambodia corrupt?
Transparency International’s 2017 Corruption Perception Index ranks the country 161st place out of 180 countries.
Is Cambodia a poor or rich country?
Cambodia is currently one of the poorest countries in the world. Its per-capita income is only US$260. However, if adjusted for purchasing power parity (which takes into account the low prices for goods in Cambodia), its per-capita income jumps rather dramatically to US$1300.
Is Cambodia communist or socialist?
Transition and State of Cambodia (1989–1993)
|State of Cambodia រដ្ឋកម្ពុជា (Khmer) Roăt Kămpŭchéa|
|Government||Unitary Marxist–Leninist one-party socialist republic (1989–1991) Unitary parliamentary republic (1991–1993)|
|Party General Secretary|
Is Cambodia dangerous?
OVERALL RISK : MEDIUM. Overall, Cambodia is a safe country, but there are extremely high rates of both petty crime and violent crime. You should be vigilant and take all possible precaution measures in order to minimize the risk of something going wrong.