[INNEWS Comprehensive Report] On October 18, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Manet attended the Digital Economy High-Level Forum of the Third “Belt and Road” International Cooperation Summit Forum in Beijing and delivered a speech on the theme of “Digital Economy as a New Source of Growth”.
He emphasized that the digital economy is the current trend of technological development, and Cambodia needs to strengthen its capabilities in digital economic development and welcomes international private sector partners to invest in this field.
Cambodia is ready for digital economy policies, and investment in Cambodia from international private sector partners should be of interest. In the field of digital economy, we have been meeting the opportunities and challenges of the future, not only because it is a new technological trend, but also because it can help Cambodia accelerate economic growth and create a more sustainable development future.
In addition to the digital economy, Hun Manet also said that the “One Belt, One Road” initiative is a very important policy to promote development and has made significant contributions to infrastructure development and national economic growth.
At this summit forum, Hun Manet reiterated Cambodia’s support for the “One Belt, One Road” initiative and stated that it will work closely with Chinese friends to promote high-quality cable cooperation loops and roads and promote regional common growth, peace and sustainable development and internationally.
It is understood that the “Belt and Road” initiative was proposed by Chinese President Xi Jinping in 2013, aiming to hold high the banner of peaceful development and actively develop the national “Belt and Road” economic partnership. We will jointly build a community of interests, a community of destiny, and a community of responsibility based on political mutual trust, economic integration, and cultural environment. The “Belt and Road” strategy aims to promote and facilitate the development of transportation infrastructure, energy, trade and communications.