CAMBODIA STATISTICAL YEARBOOK 2005

Contents:

Geography and Climate
 Population and  demography 
labor AND WAGES
child LABOR
Education AND LITERACY
 HEALTH
HOUSING AMENITIES
INCOME AND Expenditure
Industry
Transport AND COMMUNICATION
investment
GOVERNMENT FINANCE
Prices AND EXCHANGE RATES
INTERNATIONAL  ACCOUNTS AND TRADE
NATIONAL  ACCOUNTS


GEOGRAPHY AND CLIMATE

Table 1.  Total of average  Rainfall in Selected station 1994 - 2004 

Station

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Millimeter

   Average

1,559.0

1,697.4

1,429.9

1,448.2

1,400.0

1,926.1

1,973.5

1,710.7

1,405.6

1,533.1

1,414.1

  Porchen  
  Tong (PP)

1,223.5

1,413.3

1,338.2

1,306.5

1,380.9

1,593.1

2,155.1

1,486.7

1,221.5

1,326.5

1,221.9

  Tonle Bassac

1,743.7

1,359.0

1,003.0

981.1

1,006.7

1,285.2

1,473.9

1,386.5

1,013.5

1,149.8

1,097.7

  Kandal

1,518.3

1,387.1

1,318.2

1,099.8

1,125.2

1,593.7

1,735.1

1,188.3

1,186.9

1,477.4

1,048.4

  Prey Veng

1,036.1

1,471.2

1,507.1

1,119.2

1,585.9

1,641.9

1,271.3

1,477.2

1,414.8

1,618.0

1,104.7

  Takeo

819.6

 

1,193.1

604.0

1,166.2

1,539.3

1,598.6

1,525.6

1,107.7

1,378.5

1,088.7

  Kompong Thom

1,857.1

1,855.9

1,797.9

1,085.2

1,322.6

1,743.8

1,769.9

1,631.7

1,483.6

1,385.9

1,206.1

  Siem Reap

1,123.7

1,766.4

1,197.0

1,534.4

1,240.2

1,386.5

1,593.7

1,557.7

1,166.7

1,271.2

1,610.4

  Battambang

1,318.0

1,364.7

1,355.9

1,112.5

876.2

1,299.3

1,384.4

886.1

1,182.5

1,058.3

993.8

  Banteay 
  Meanchey

               

1,359.0

998.4

1,116.7

  Pursat

1,303.4

1,966.8

1,557.4

1,218.6

1,407.2

1,732.9

1,562.4

1,201.9

1,368.3

1,485.4

1,133.8

  Kompong Chhang

1,539.3

1,367.7

1,009.4

770.0

1,256.0

1,037.4

1,574.3

1,184.5

1,118.1

1,178.7

1,121.5

  Sihanoukville

3,564.7

3,190.4

1,979.3

2,217.2

1,878.3

3,614.0

3,536.0

3,284.2

2,892.1

2,838.8

2,622.6

  Kampot

1,927.6

1,699.0

1,207.9

1,885.3

1,188.8

2,471.6

2,189.1

2,295.8

1,503.1

2,111.0

1,447.3

  Koh Kong

     

3,097.7

2,480.8

3,649.9

3,791.4

3,358.8

2,310.0

2,952.8

3,548.1

  Kompong Speu

662.4

1,134.6

1,374.4

887.1

1,120.4

1,633.4

1,863.8

1,623.2

729.9

882.0

921.0

  Stung Treng

1,795.7

1,797.9

1,352.5

2,193.7

1,554.5

2,207.5

2,414.6

1,867.6

1,307.4

1,466.5

1,487.6

  Kratie

1,490.5

1,878.7

1,340.8

1,752.4

1,537.6

2,530.2

2,093.6

1,938.6

1,694.2

1,573.2

1,571.1

  Svay Rieng

1,629.4

1,892.2

1,757.2

1,884.5

1,789.5

1,873.0

2,133.6

1,588.4

1,551.5

1,600.4

1,379.0

  Kampong Cham

1,949.5

1,612.7

2,019.7

1,317.5

1,283.8

1,836.9

1,382.1

1,310.0

1,094.9

1,376.7

1,146.8

  Rattanakiri

                 

2,351.9

2,119.8

Source : Ministry of Water Resource and Meteorology
 


population AND demography 


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Table 2. Population by Single Years of Age and Sex

Age in Single Years

GPCC 1998

CIPS 2004

Sex and Percent

Sex and Percent

Total Population % Number of Male % Number of Female % Total Population % Number of Male % Number of Female

%

 

Total

11,437,656

100.0

5,359,730

46.9

6,077,926

53.1

12,824,170

100.0

6,197,128

48.3

6,627,042

51.7

0 - 4

1,466,792

12.8

747,292

13.9

719,500

11.8

1,420,001

11.1

733,388

11.8

686,613

10.4

0

231,609

2.0

118,075

2.2

113,534

1.9

314,512

2.5

165,946

2.7

148,566

2.2

1

275,013

2.4

140,755

2.6

134,258

2.2

245,384

1.9

124,473

2.0

120,911

1.8

2

282,356

2.5

142,859

2.7

139,497

2.3

261,209

2.0

133,422

2.2

127,787

1.9

3

333,838

2.9

170,705

3.2

163,133

2.7

288,808

2.3

148,829

2.4

139,979

2.1

4

343,976

3.0

174,898

3.3

169,078

2.8

310,089

2.4

160,718

2.6

149,370

2.3

5 - 9

1,772,820

15.5

752,298

14.0

1,020,522

16.8

1,638,623

12.8

847,582

13.7

791,040

11.9

5

381,823

3.3

193,695

3.6

188,128

3.1

308,333

2.4

161,812

2.6

146,521

2.2

6

363,420

3.2

185,852

3.5

177,568

2.9

306,292

2.4

160,173

2.6

146,119

2.2

7

365,599

3.2

186,880

3.5

178,719

2.9

325,918

2.5

166,644

2.7

159,273

2.4

8

365,431

3.2

185,871

3.5

179,560

3.0

342,933

2.7

174,889

2.8

168,044

2.5

9

296,547

2.6

151,678

2.8

144,869

2.4

355,147

2.8

184,064

3.0

171,083

2.6

10 - 14

1,658,196

14.5

851,139

15.9

807,057

13.3

1,892,316

14.8

967,807

15.6

924,509

14.0

10

391,664

3.4

203,020

3.8

188,644

3.1

411,679

3.2

208,894

3.4

202,786

3.1

11

291,829

2.6

151,615

2.8

140,214

2.3

351,923

2.7

179,692

2.9

172,231

2.6

12

349,525

3.1

181,060

3.4

168,465

2.8

393,364

3.1

199,464

3.2

193,900

2.9

13

324,980

2.8

167,892

3.1

157,088

2.6

379,281

3.0

195,630

3.2

183,651

2.8

14

300,198

2.6

147,552

2.8

152,646

2.5

356,068

2.8

184,127

3.0

171,941

2.6

15 - 19

1,344,258

11.8

664,184

12.4

680,074

11.2

1,499,278

11.7

761,411

12.3

737,867

11.1

15

297,695

2.6

155,548

2.9

142,147

2.3

331,027

2.6

168,695

2.7

162,332

2.4

16

292,501

2.6

143,715

2.7

148,786

2.4

313,093

2.4

162,542

2.6

150,551

2.3

17

281,607

2.5

137,694

2.6

143,913

2.4

296,252

2.3

155,149

2.5

141,103

2.1

18

284,638

2.5

135,331

2.5

149,307

2.5

305,285

2.4

151,101

2.4

154,183

2.3

19

187,817

1.6

91,896

1.7

95,921

1.6

253,621

2.0

123,923

2.0

129,697

2.0

20 - 24

745,687

6.5

354,100

6.6

391,587

6.4

1,305,670

10.2

633,237

10.2

672,433

10.1

20

172,309

1.5

80,173

1.5

92,136

1.5

275,991

2.2

133,575

2.2

142,416

2.1

21

130,693

1.1

63,594

1.2

67,099

1.1

253,708

2.0

124,514

2.0

129,194

1.9

22

142,154

1.2

67,712

1.3

74,442

1.2

279,296

2.2

136,923

2.2

142,373

2.1

23

150,074

1.3

71,578

1.3

78,496

1.3

259,284

2.0

123,733

2.0

135,550

2.0

24

150,457

1.3

71,043

1.3

79,414

1.3

237,391

1.9

114,492

1.8

122,899

1.9

25 - 29

888,540

7.8

426,968

8.0

461,572

7.6

717,482

5.6

345,923

5.6

371,559

5.6

25

207,102

1.8

98,372

1.8

108,730

1.8

193,242

1.5

94,363

1.5

98,879

1.5

26

164,067

1.4

78,147

1.5

85,920

1.4

128,842

1.0

60,940

1.0

67,902

1.0

27

179,370

1.6

87,462

1.6

91,908

1.5

125,847

1.0

63,574

1.0

62,273

0.9

28

185,611

1.6

88,880

1.7

96,731

1.6

131,076

1.0

63,645

1.0

67,430

1.0

29

152,390

1.3

74,107

1.4

78,283

1.3

138,475

1.1

63,401

1.0

75,074

1.1

30 - 34

782,682

6.8

370,090

6.9

412,592

6.8

814,752

6.4

388,580

6.3

426,172

6.4

30

189,467

1.7

87,699

1.6

101,768

1.7

159,310

1.2

75,254

1.2

84,056

1.3

31

150,400

1.3

72,760

1.4

77,640

1.3

160,730

1.3

79,316

1.3

81,413

1.2

32

158,267

1.4

75,300

1.4

82,967

1.4

166,949

1.3

77,762

1.3

89,188

1.3

33

149,853

1.3

71,436

1.3

78,417

1.3

169,266

1.3

79,982

1.3

89,284

1.3

34

134,695

1.2

62,895

1.2

71,800

1.2

158,497

1.2

76,265

1.2

82,231

1.2

35 - 39

695,868

6.1

325,331

6.1

370,537

6.1

797,807

6.2

372,679

6.0

425,128

6.4

35

173,763

1.5

83,935

1.6

89,828

1.5

183,531

1.4

87,548

1.4

95,983

1.4

36

136,999

1.2

64,180

1.2

72,819

1.2

147,445

1.1

66,316

1.1

81,129

1.2

37

135,658

1.2

63,629

1.2

72,029

1.2

151,000

1.2

71,852

1.2

79,148

1.2

38

142,408

1.2

65,675

1.2

76,733

1.3

164,774

1.3

74,182

1.2

90,593

1.4

39

107,040

0.9

47,912

0.9

59,128

1.0

151,057

1.2

72,782

1.2

78,275

1.2

40 - 44

497,067

4.3

199,722

3.7

297,345

4.9

687,814

5.4

305,922

4.9

381,893

5.8

40

127,987

1.1

51,572

1.0

76,415

1.3

156,181

1.2

69,812

1.1

86,369

1.3

41

93,918

0.8

39,250

0.7

54,668

0.9

135,799

1.1

61,720

1.0

74,079

1.1

42

101,686

0.9

40,667

0.8

61,019

1.0

147,264

1.1

65,594

1.1

81,669

1.2

43

91,276

0.8

36,028

0.7

55,248

0.9

124,442

1.0

54,797

0.9

69,646

1.1

44

82,200

0.7

32,205

0.6

49,995

0.8

124,128

1.0

53,999

0.9

70,130

1.1

45 - 49

415,931

3.6

175,052

3.3

240,879

4.0

529,666

4.1

213,901

3.5

315,765

4.8

45

106,378

0.9

43,618

0.8

62,760

1.0

129,344

1.0

53,922

0.9

75,422

1.1

46

75,842

0.7

31,420

0.6

44,422

0.7

99,530

0.8

39,086

0.6

60,444

0.9

47

80,479

0.7

34,244

0.6

46,235

0.8

102,302

0.8

38,922

0.6

63,381

1.0

48

87,913

0.8

37,432

0.7

50,481

0.8

102,891

0.8

42,188

0.7

60,704

0.9

49

65,319

0.6

28,338

0.5

36,981

0.6

95,599

0.7

39,784

0.6

55,815

0.8

50 - 54

312,463

2.7

132,413

2.5

180,050

3.0

429,213

3.3

174,662

2.8

254,552

3.8

50

84,104

0.7

33,947

0.6

50,157

0.8

100,453

0.8

39,247

0.6

61,206

0.9

51

59,128

0.5

25,566

0.5

33,562

0.6

78,033

0.6

29,721

0.5

48,312

0.7

52

64,792

0.6

27,908

0.5

36,884

0.6

89,881

0.7

36,863

0.6

53,018

0.8

53

56,860

0.5

24,709

0.5

32,151

0.5

85,650

0.7

35,338

0.6

50,312

0.8

54

47,579

0.4

20,283

0.4

27,296

0.4

75,196

0.6

33,493

0.5

41,703

0.6

55 - 59

256,930

2.2

110,189

2.1

146,741

2.4

331,469

2.6

140,436

2.3

191,033

2.9

55

65,914

0.6

28,081

0.5

37,833

0.6

80,148

0.6

32,410

0.5

47,738

0.7

56

48,627

0.4

20,756

0.4

27,871

0.5

69,395

0.5

30,031

0.5

39,364

0.6

57

49,265

0.4

21,224

0.4

28,041

0.5

67,223

0.5

27,170

0.4

40,053

0.6

58

53,714

0.5

23,077

0.4

30,637

0.5

65,031

0.5

28,078

0.5

36,953

0.6

59

39,410

0.3

17,051

0.3

22,359

0.4

49,672

0.4

22,747

0.4

26,926

0.4

60 - 64

204,994

1.8

86,602

1.6

118,392

1.9

258,291

2.0

109,132

1.8

149,159

2.3

60

56,377

0.5

23,284

0.4

33,093

0.5

60,911

0.5

23,664

0.4

37,247

0.6

61

36,793

0.3

15,946

0.3

20,847

0.3

49,107

0.4

23,067

0.4

26,040

0.4

62

38,406

0.3

16,170

0.3

22,236

0.4

46,852

0.4

19,948

0.3

26,904

0.4

63

39,341

0.3

16,752

0.3

22,589

0.4

57,977

0.5

24,571

0.4

33,406

0.5

64

34,077

0.3

14,450

0.3

19,627

0.3

43,445

0.3

17,882

0.3

25,563

0.4

65 - 69

166,928

1.5

70,660

1.3

96,268

1.6

200,689

1.6

84,610

1.4

116,079

1.8

65

46,117

0.4

19,219

0.4

26,898

0.4

53,283

0.4

23,404

0.4

29,880

0.5

66

30,732

0.3

13,012

0.2

17,720

0.3

37,934

0.3

16,098

0.3

21,836

0.3

67

34,515

0.3

14,753

0.3

19,762

0.3

39,441

0.3

15,782

0.3

23,659

0.4

68

32,423

0.3

13,888

0.3

18,535

0.3

38,941

0.3

16,412

0.3

22,529

0.3

69

23,141

0.2

9,788

0.2

13,353

0.2

31,090

0.2

12,914

0.2

18,176

0.3

70 - 74

112,213

1.0

46,769

0.9

65,444

1.1

143,581

1.1

54,578

0.9

89,003

1.3

70

34,746

0.3

14,187

0.3

20,559

0.3

35,402

0.3

13,111

0.2

22,291

0.3

71

19,801

0.2

8,441

0.2

11,360

0.2

28,482

0.2

9,862

0.2

18,620

0.3

72

21,056

0.2

8,795

0.2

12,261

0.2

30,819

0.2

10,151

0.2

20,668

0.3

73

19,543

0.2

8,084

0.2

11,459

0.2

25,952

0.2

12,057

0.2

13,895

0.2

74

17,067

0.1

7,262

0.1

9,805

0.2

22,926

0.2

9,397

0.2

13,530

0.2

75 - 79

67,528

0.6

27,838

0.5

39,690

0.7

89,402

0.7

35,620

0.6

53,782

0.8

75

22,324

0.2

9,338

0.2

12,986

0.2

26,648

0.2

10,941

0.2

15,706

0.2

76

13,862

0.1

5,829

0.1

8,033

0.1

17,010

0.1

7,369

0.1

9,641

0.1

77

11,892

0.1

4,807

0.1

7,085

0.1

17,625

0.1

6,362

0.1

11,263

0.2

78

12,254

0.1

4,952

0.1

7,302

0.1

17,911

0.1

6,246

0.1

11,665

0.2

79

7,196

0.1

2,912

0.1

4,284

0.1

10,209

0.1

4,702

0.1

5,506

0.1

80 - 84

30,652

0.3

12,159

0.2

18,493

0.3

44,885

0.4

19,066

0.3

25,820

0.4

80

10,051

0.1

3,910

0.1

6,141

0.1

13,137

0.1

5,183

0.1

7,954

0.1

81

5,680

-

2,396

-

3,284

0.1

12,628

0.1

5,696

0.1

6,932

0.1

82

5,739

0.1

2,254

-

3,485

0.1

8,537

0.1

3,454

0.1

5,083

0.1

83

4,937

-

1,937

-

3,000

0.0

6,157

-

2,352

-

3,804

0.1

84

4,245

-

1,662

-

2,583

-

4,427

-

2,380

-

2,047

-

85 - 89

13,368

0.1

5,029

0.1

8,339

0.1

16,012

0.1

5,401

0.1

10,611

0.2

85

4,418

-

1,643

-

2,775

-

4,549

-

1,359

-

3,190

-

86

2,848

-

1,107

-

1,741

-

3,093

-

1,360

-

1,733

-

87

2,471

-

934

-

1,537

-

2,700

-

1,156

-

1,544

-

88

2,364

-

873

-

1,491

-

3,638

-

925

-

2,713

-

89

1,267

-

472

-

795

-

2,032

-

601

-

1,431

-

90 - 94

2,867

-

1,026

-

1,841

-

5,144

-

2,135

-

3,009

-

90

1,145

-

379

-

766

-

1,939

-

827

-

1,111

-

91

516

-

199

-

317

-

1,029

-

221

-

808

-

92

483

-

179

-

304

-

851

-

378

-

473

-

93

435

-

152

-

283

-

973

-

471

-

502

-

94

288

-

117

-

171

-

353

-

238

-

115

-

95 +

1,872

-

869

-

1,003

-

2,075

-

1,058

-

1,017

-

95

340

-

118

-

222

-

791

-

586

-

205

-

96

234

-

76

-

158

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

97

258

-

90

-

168

-

468

-

116

-

352

-

98

1,040

-

585

-

455

-

816

-

356

-

460

-

 



labor AND WAGES


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Table 3. Total Employment by Sector and Main Industry, 1993 to 2004

  Sector/Industry
 (000 workers)

  1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Imputed                  Imputed Imputed Preliminary

  Agriculture, forestry and
  fisheries

3,192.359

2,958.823

4,013.538

3,482.458

3,491.929

3,770.982

4,213.62

3,889.048

4,384.25

4,479.7725

4,499.809

4,519.844

  Agriculture as % of total     
  employment

81.0%

75.0%

81.4%

78.1%

78.8%

76.8%

76.3%

73.7%

70.2%

70.0%

64.8%

60.3%

  Agriculture and forestry

3,132.847

2,903.665

3,964.208

3,388.762

3,412.782

3,968.145

4,108.968

3,741.769

4,123.188

4,255.784

4207.92

4,160.055

  Fisheries

59.512

55.158

49.330

93.696

79.147

72.837

104.652

147.279

261.062

223.989

291.889

359.789

  Industry

118.236

177.294

141.647

211.063

210.135

216.348

352.512

444.186

656.229

671.966

804.457

936.948

  Industry as a % of total
  employment

3.0%

4.5%

2.9%

4.7%

4.7%

4.4%

6.4%

8.4%

10.5%

10.5%

11.6%

12.5%

  Mining and quarrying

5.255

7.880

5.555

1.017

8.010

6.385

5.508

3.328

13.525

10.751

12.871

14.991

  Manufacturing

89.333

133.955

108.452

168.754

144.391

158.969

258.876

367.286

544.832

556.388

634.235

712.082

  Utilities

2.628

3.940

0.934

3.262

3.831

3.278

5.508

3.799

3.795

4.704

9.847

14.990

  Construction

21.020

31.519

26.706

38.030

53.903

47.716

82.620

69.773

94.077

100.123

147.504

194.885

  Services

630.589

807.670

776.627

762.647

727.622

921.888

952.884

941.943

1,202.850

1,247.937

1,643.369

2,038.803

  Services as a % of total
  employment

16.0%

20.5%

15.7%

17.1%

16.4%

18.8%

17.3%

17.9%

19.3%

19.5%

23.7%

27.2%

  Trade

301.452

386.105

350.242

394.307

349.182

341.351

402.084

436.308

644.307

628.960

852.923

1,043.888

  Hotels and Restaurants

6.152

7.880

11.223

6.975

5.789

15.281

27.540

18.794

10.412

32.446

37.709

42.991

  Transport and
  Communications

62.631

122.135

64.129

66.097

81.486

118.001

121.176

119.596

169.307

174.711

184.798

194.885

  Financial Intermediation

3.076

3.940

4.933

3.745

10.788

1.433

5.508

8.235

6.119

7.488

11.242

14.996

  Real Estate and Renting

9.228

11.820

13.903

9.189

5.962

2.983

11.016

8.401

5.735

8.736

11.863

14.990

  Public Administration

149.615

149.714

169.848

143.271

138.219

221.966

187.272

146.986

149.382

143.513

161.703

179.894

  Education

49.217

63.038

86.252

61.812

55.602

81.703

88.128

87.385

88.446

102.331

103.635

104.938

  Health and Social Work

15.380

19.699

21.943

15.533

18.108

26.219

27.540

30.235

24.810

36.190

36.834

37.478

  Other Social Services

21.532

27.579

33.343

15.836

20.051

68.311

38.556

40.098

35.153

44.926

43.441

74.956

  Other services

12.305

15.760

20.811

45.832

42.435

45.270

44.064

45.905

69.179

68.637

199.221

329.806

  Total Employment

3,941.184

3,943.787

4,931.812

4,456.168

4,429.686

4,909.218

5,519.016

5,275.177

6,243.329

6,399.675

6,947.635

7,495.595

Source : Various NIS Socio-economic and Labor Force Surveys.
 


child LABOR


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Table 4.  Major Activities of Economically Active Children, 5-17 Years of Age, by Sex   

Industry

Male 

  %

Female

%

Total

%

  Agriculture, Forestry, Hunting and Fishing 

891,231

76.1

766,165

69.1

1,657,396

72.7

  Mining and Quarrying

7,740

0.7

3,417

0.3

11,157

0.5

  Manufacturing

59,406

5.1

84,447

7.6

143,854

6.3

  Electricity, Gas & Water

634

0.1

 -

0.0

634

0.0

  Construction

14,426

1.2

8,339

0.8

22,765

1.0

  Wholesale and Retail Trade

155,067

13.2

208,833

18.8

363,900

16.0

  Transport, Communications & Storage

12,705

1.1

4,104

0.4

16,809

0.7

  Finance, Insurance, Real Estate, Business &
  Service

4,060

0.3

2,647

0.2

6,707

0.3

  Community, Social & Personal Services

23,723

2.0

29,751

2.7

53,474

2.3

  Activities not well defined or not reported

1,448

0.1

315

0.0

1,763

0.1

  Total

1,170,440

100.0

1,108,018

100.0

2,278,459

100.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Source :Cambodia Child Labor Survey 2001, National Institute of Statistics

 


Education AND LITERACY


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Table 5. Total Number of Schools, Classes, Educational Personnel and Students in General Education 1989-90 to 2003-2004

Grade Level

Unit

1989/
90
1990/
91
1991/
92
199/
93
1993/
94
1994/
95
1995/
96
1996/
97
199/
98
1998/
99
1999/
2000
2000/
01
2001/
02
2002/
03
2003/
04
I. Number of
   Schools
School 4 ,944

5,149

5,149

4,979

5,136

5,197

5,287

5,356

5,501

5,643

5,777

5,986

6,283

6,509

6,761

  Primary
  School
- 4,510

4,555

4,555

4,539

4,693

4,744

4,845

4,899

5,026

5,156

5,274

5,468

5,741

5,915

6,063

  Junior High
  School
- 369

418

418

358

354

363

350

351

350

355

363

367

379

411

486

  Senior High
  School
- 65

79

79

82

89

90

92

106

125

132

140

151

163

183

212

II. Number of
   Classes
Class 37,953

39,322

39,322

41,085

43,550

46,404

48,103

51,143

53,022

56,133

59,173

64,607

70,936

71,417

73,716

  Primary School - 31,553

33,404

33,404

35,025

36,798

39,159

40,691

43,469

45,443

48,370

50,960

55,448

60,698

59,897

60,985

  Junior High
  School
- 5,583

4,803

4,803

4,844

5,402

6,001

5,851

6,304

5,926

5,903

5,951

6,860

7,795

8,799

9,566

  Senior High
  School
- 817

1,115

1,115

1,216

1,350

1,244

1,561

1,370

1,653

1,860

2,262

2,299

2,443

2,721

3,165

III. Number of
  Educational
  Personnel
Person 56,010

56,599

56,599

61,945

65,720

65,948

65,874

67,852

69,684

71,531

73,304

76,120

79,403

82,988

86,919

  Primary School - 41,264

38,101

38,101

42,405

44,454

44,985

45,753

47,147

48,460

49,400

50,188

52,168

54,519

57,077

59,271

  Junior High
  School
- 12,980

14,971

14,971

13,107

13,621

12,179

11,315

17,459

17,388

17,570

18,020

18,952

19,650

19,841

21,307

  Senior High
  School
- 1,766

3,527

3,527

6,433

7,645

8,784

8,806

3,246

3,836

4,573

5,096

5,000

5,234

6,070

6,341

IV. Number of
     Students
Person 1,546,534

1,603,372

1,603,372

1,708,321

1,907,464

2,000,871

2,093,706

2,246,551

2,314,723

2,402,167

2,553,229

2,796,773

3,170,492

3,291,296

3,360,824

  Primary School - 1,276,960

1,376,277

1,376,277

1,468,958

1,621,685

1,703,316

1,805,631

1,918,985

2,011,772

2,094,000

2,211,738

2,408,109

2,705,453

2,747,411

2,747,080

  Junior High
  School
- 226,792

174,491

174,491

183,793

224,273

246,198

235,155

265,895

229,102

226,057

233,278

283,578

351,635

415,703

459,986

  Senior High
  School
- 42,782

52,604

52,604

55,570

61,506

51,357

52,920

61,671

73,849

82,110

108,213

105,086

113,404

128,182

153,758

V. Examination
  Result in the field
  of General
  Education
Student 126,777

164,015

164,015

173,254

129,764

224,169

236,548

78,615

131,829

134,904

113,175

218,997

253,238

290,471

319,467

  Primary School - 74,714

129,981

129,981

137,615

122,693

199,064

200,611

43,982

95,911

60,232

68,865

157,802

182,032

207,496

291,817

  Junior High
  School
- 38,561

22,675

22,675

24,248

6,320

22,588

29,832

27,995

21,240

54,804

28,054

41,246

52,455

68,615

19,454

  Senior High  
  School
- 13,502 11,359 11,359

11,391

751 2,517 6,105 6,638 14,678 19,868 16,256

19,949

18,751 1,460 8,196

Source: Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, Department of Higher Education


HEALTH


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Table 6. Expenditures for health care
Mean expenditures  (in U.S.dollars) for transport and health care by household members who were ill or in the past 30 days for transport or treatment by order of treatment, according to background characteristics,Cambodia 2000.
Based on Cambodia Demography and Health Survey, 2000 (CDHS, 2000) Treatment for illness or injury

Background Characteristics

Treatment for illness or injury

First treatment

Second treatment Third treatment All treatment
Transport Health Care Total Transport Health Care Total Transport Health Care Total Transport Health Care Total
  Type of health sector  
  Public 1.7 27.2 28.6 2.1 19.4 21.4 1.6 13.0 13.9 2.2 30.1 31.9
  Private 0.8 20.6 21.2 1.5 19.5 20.4 0.4 16.7 17.0 1.3 26.1 27.1
  Non medical sector 0.1 3.5 3.6 0.4 5.0 5.4 0.3 5.5 5.7 0.3 8.2 8.5
  Other 12.4 26.7 37.9 29.2 73.6 92.7 0.0 5.3 5.3 16.8 40.6 55.9

  Severity of illness or injury

  Slight 0.3 3.8 4.1 0.2 3.2 3.3 0.1 2.8 3.0 0.3 4.6 4.9
  Moderate 1.2 16.1 17.2 1.3 12.1 13.3 0.6 9.7 10.2 1.6 20.0 21.5
  Serious 2.0 46.8 47.7 4.9 32.0 36.7 1.0 22.6 21.8 4.0 61.7 64.5

  Age group

  0-9 0.3 6.3 6.6 0.9 5.0 5.9 0.5 3.0 3.4 0.6 7.6 8.1
  10-19 0.8 16.2 16.9 0.4 8.6 8.8 0.4 3.9 4.3 1.0 18.3 19.1
  20-39 1.6 21.1 22.4 1.0 10.7 11.2 0.5 10.0 10.2 1.8 24.7 26.2
  40-59 1.7 21.8 23.3 4.5 26.8 31.1 1.0 20.2 20.4 3.2 31.8 34.7
  60+ 0.6 20.3 20.6 0.6 19.9 20.5 0.0 (14.7) (14.7) 0.7 26.1 26.6
  Sex
  Male 0.7 14.5 15.1 1.6 12.9 14.4 0.4 10.2 10.5 1.2 18.4 19.4
  Female 1.2 15.9 16.9 1.8 13.9 15.5 0.7 10.4 10.7 1.7 20.2 21.7
  Residence
  Urban 1.8 15.8 17.4 4.7 18.2 22.8 0.6 18.7 18.9 3.2 22.7 25.7
  Rural 0.8 15.3 16.0 1.2 12.7 13.7 0.6 8.5 8.9 1.2 18.9 20.0
  Region
  Banteay Mean Chey 1.3 32.0 33.2 * * * * * * 1.7 36.3 38.0
  Kampong Cham 2.0 22.0 23.0 1.7 21.0 21.5 (1.4) (17.1) (17.8) 2.7 31.1 32.5
  Kampong Chhnang 0.2 6.1 6.4 0.2 4.2 4.4 0.3 3.4 3.7 0.3 7.7 8.0
  Kampong Spueu 0.8 14.3 15.0 (0.8) (7.5) (8.3) * * * 0.9 15.5 16.4
  Kampong Thum 0.3 12.7 13.0 1.9 10.3 12.0 * * * 0.5 13.9 14.4
  Kandal 0.8 17.7 18.4 1.6 18.3 19.8 * * * 1.1 20.6 21.5
  Kaoh Kong 5.4 31.4 36.3 3.5 47.2 48.6 * * * 6.6 47.4 53.4
  Phnom Penh 5.7 23.8 29.0 6.4 23.3 29.4 0.5 9.5 9.8 9.4 39.2 47.9
  Prey Veaeng 2.7 31.3 33.4 * * * * * * 3.6 41.1 44.0
  Pousat 0.2 9.9 10.1 2.5 9.8 12.2 (0.1) (3.3) (3.4) 0.9 12.5 13.4
  Svay Rieng 0.6 13.9 14.4 0.2 5.4 5.6 (0.2) (4.1) (4.3) 0.7 16.1 16.7
  Takaev 0.6 11.7 12.2 (1.6) (22.8) (24.4) * * * 1.0 17.8 18.6
  Bat Dambang/Krong Pailin 0.1 12.8 12.9 0.8 10.3 10.8 * * * 0.3 15.4 15.7
  Kampot/Krong Kaeb/Krong Preah 
  Sihanouk
1.0 20.5 21.3 1.8 10.4 12.2 * * * 1.6 24.6 26.0
  Preah Vihear/Srueng Traeng/Kracheh 0.4 17.0 17.3 (0.6) (16.9) (17.5) * * * 0.5 21.0 21.3
  Modol Kiri/Rottanak Kiri 3.4 20.9 24.2 (2.9) (13.5) (16.0) * * * 4.6 31.1 35.4
  Siem Reap/Otdar Mean Chay 0.4 11.7 12.1 0.3 5.6 5.9 0.3 11.3 11.4 0.6 14.8 15.4
  Total 1.0 15.3 16.2 1.7 13.5 15.0 0.6 10.3 10.6 1.4 19.4 20.7

Note: Table includes only persons who paid cash or who reported no cash. One US$=4,000 riels.
Total includes 4 persons for whom information on severity of illness is not available .
Figures in parentheses are based on 25-49 unweighted cases.
An asterisk indicates that a figure is based on fewer than 25 unweighted cases and has been suppressed
Source: Cambodia Demographic and health survey 2000, National Institute of Statistics (NIS)
 


HOUSING AMENITIES


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Table 7. Distribution of households and Population (in 10,000's) by Availability of Electric Power and Toilet Facilities

Tenure Status of Dwelling

Total* Number of Households

Total Population Electrical Power Availabilities Toilet Facilities    Total * Number of Households Total Population

Electrical Power Availabilities

Toilet Facilities

Number of Household Population  Number of Households  Population Number of Household Population  Number of Households  Population
 

GPCC 1998

CIPS 2004

  Cambodia-Total

 

  Total

10,000

10,000

1,511

1,649

1,448

1,589

10,000

10,000

1,718

1,829

2,193

2,330

  Owner 
  Occupied

9,531

9,617

1,293

1,461

1,279

1,446

9,375

9,502

1,488

1,636

1,973

2,148

  Rented

158

130

109

91

97

81

163

138

129

108

120

101

  Rent Free

255

205

85

75

57

48

417

325

91

77

89

72

  Other

57

48

23

21

14

13

45

35

10

9

11

9

  Cambodia-Urban

 

  Total

10,000

10,000

5,358

5,638

4,895

5,181

10,000

10,000

5,579

5,699

5,537

5,678

  Owner Occupied

8,844

9,103

4,544

5,000

4,155

4,601

8,910

9,151

4,763

5,057

4,735

5,041

  Rented

691

534

543

425

507

397

681

536

607

473

614

485

  Rent Free

385

300

215

170

185

146

349

269

174

140

156

127

  Other

81

63

55

42

47

37

60

44

34

29

31

25

  Cambodia-Rural

 

  Total

10,000

10,000

854

920

859

932

10,000

10,000

1,081

1,147

1,641

1,740

  Owner Occupied

9,648

9,711

738

815

788

870

9,452

9,563

948

1,033

1,517

1,638

  Rented

67

56

35

30

27

24

78

68

50

44

38

34

  Rent Free

232

188

63

58

35

30

428

335

77

66

77

62

  Other

53

45

18

17

9

8

43

34

6

5

8

6

Note: Electric Power includes the source:
1. City power
2. City power and generator
3. Generator

* Excludes Institutional, Homeless, Boat and Transient Households
Source: General Population Census of Cambodia 1998 and Cambodia Inter-censal Population Survey 2004, National Institute of Statistics

Table 8. Households Classified by Source of Drinking Water, Availability of Electric Power and Toilet Facilities  

Source of
Drinking
Water
Total *
Number of
Households
Electrical Power Available Electrical Power not Available  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Total *
Number of
Households
Electrical Power
Available
Electrical Power not Available
Toilet
Available
Toilet
Not Available
Toilet
Available
Toilet
Not Available
Toilet
Available
Toilet
Not Available
Toilet
Available
Toilet
Not Available
 

GPCC 1998 in number 

 CIPS 2004 in number

  Cambodia-Total   
  Total 2,162,086 213,108 113,616 99,882 1,735,480 2,530,256 324,035 110,731 230,797 1,864,693
  Piped Water 125,327 89,122 13,907 4,132 18,166 206,530 173,991 9,538 7,372 15,629
  Tubed/Piped Well 323,194 25,608 13,886 15,841 267,859 665,713 46,878 29,706 60,459 528,670
  Dug Well 871,035 26,249 30,750 38,823 775,213 749,120 28,996 25,818 64,024 630,283
  Spring, River, 
  Stream, Lake etc.
609,773 12,738 21,747 25,513 549,775 721,927 24,702 22,786 70,857 603,582
  Bought 179,393 58,195 30,995 13,925 76,278 170,276 45,415 22,004 25,636 77,221
  Other 53,364 1,196 2,331 1,648 48,189 16,689 4,054 879 2,450 9,307
  Cambodia-Urban    
  Total 315,342 135,985 32,961 18,362 128,034 358,476 177,316 22,676 21,186 137,298
  Piped Water 78,841 72,011 4,047 1,154 1,629 133,902 125,424 4,383 1,824 2,270
  Tuped /Piped
  Well
43,590 14,154 4,884 2,915 21,637 73,412 18,456 5,566 5,788 43,602
  Dug Well 70,567 11,535 7,616 5,420 45,996 57,755 10,737 3,978 4,223 38,818
  Spring, River,
  Stream, Lake etc.
47,708 3,274 3,293 3,148 37,993 57,690 5,584 3,275 6,143 42,688
  Bought 67,816 34,470 12,511 5,380 15,455 34,524 16,840 5,475 2,947 9,262
  Other 6,820 541 610 345 5,324 1,194 275 - 261 658
  Cambodia-Rural    
  Total 1,846,744 77,123 80,655 81,520 1,607,446 2,171,780 146,719 88,055 209,612 1,727,395
  Piped Water 46,486 17,111 9,860 2,978 16,537 72,628 48,567 5,155 5,547 13,359
  Tubed/Piped Well 279,604 11,454 9002 12,926 246,222 592,301 28,422 24,140 54,671 485,068
  Dug Well 800,468 14,714 23,134 33,403 729,217 691,366 18,259 21,839 59,801 591,465
  Spring, River, 
  Stream, Lake etc.
562,065 9,464 18,454 22,365 511,782 664,238 19,118 19,512 64,714 560,894
  Bought 111,577 23,725 18,484 8,545 60,823 135,752 28,575 16,529 22,689 67,959
  Other 46,544 655 1,721 1,303 42,865 15,495 3,778 879 2,189 8,649

Note: Electric Power includes the source:
1. City power
2. City power and generator
3. Generator
* Excludes Institutional, Homeless, Boat and Transient Households.
Source: General Population Census of Cambodia 1998 and Cambodia Inter-Censal Population Survey 2004, National Institute of Statistics.
 


INCOME AND Expenditure


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Table 9. Estimated Household Expenditure by Major Expenditure Group, 1993 to 2002

 

Value in Million Riels

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002
  Household Final Consumption
  Expenditure
6,713,128 6,570,931 7,915,504 8,725,255 8,951,703 10,775,656 11,581,623 11,837,878 12,037,530 12,497,089
  Food, Beverages and Tobacco
  Expenditure
 4,102,575 4,228,516 5,073,454 5,599,827 5,693,594 6,783,938 7,493,463 7,591,049   7,594,377   7,823,940
  Clothing and Footwear
  Expenditure
337,120      316,140      328,303      333,191      302,946      338,875      334,628      321,544      322,916      316,524
  Housing and Utilities Expenditure 834,497     829,881   1,061,243   1,295,007   1,447,867   1,850,196   1,978,979 2,138,309 2,273,285   2,458,856
  Household Furnishings and 
 
Household Operations Expenditure
  130,812     124,240     118,269 114,305 96,116    102,382     104,422        96,023        97,728        98,033
  Medical Care and Health 
  Expenditure
691,729      445,925      636,672      634,657      636,430 879,228      723,170      702,536      734,112      747,450
  Transport and Communication 
  Expenditure
    264,865 266,824   288,878    311,963     339,554      394,661      404,317     424,562     417,039      429,063
  Recreational & Educational
  Expenditure
  167,188    153,641   199,408   219,771  227,300      274,774     300,234      313,187      341,199      360,006
  Personal Care and Effects
  Expenditure
  184,342   205,764    209,277     216,532      207,894     238,543      242,410      250,669      256,872 263,217

Source: National Accounts of Cambodia, 2002.
 


Industry


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Table 10. Gross Value Added by Industry, 1993 to 2004

 

Value in Million Riels

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
  INDUSTRY SECTOR

861.6

975.0

1,202.8

1,379.2

1,662.4

1,958.4

2,413.0

3,078.0

3,500.2

4,004.5

4,562.3

5,402.3

  Mining

13.1

15.9

19.4

19.5

20.4

19.2

26.4

33.5

35.8

42.1

46.6

52.3

  Manufacturing

587.1

629.1

771.3

929.0

1,180.9

1,483.9

1,765.2

2,254.8

2,617.6

2,955.6

3,360.7

3,979.2

  Food, Beverages and 
  Tobacco

281.7

267.4

345.8

357.5

377.4

443.8

481.5

449.4

455.3

456.2

488.0

513.4

  Food

217.3

214.6

293.7

303.8

321.2

379.9

411.5

374.4

377.3

379.3

411.1

435.3

  Beverages

50.7

39.0

34.8

34.6

33.0

35.6

34.8

31.2

31.2

30.8

30.2

30.5

  Tobacco

13.8

13.8

17.3

19.1

23.2

28.2

35.2

43.7

46.8

46.1

46.7

47.5

  Textile, wearing Apparel 
  and Footwear

70.9

79.6

123.2

197.8

379.3

584.1

790.3

1,297.1

1,680.9

1,970.9

2,293.7

2,847.5

  Textiles

33.8

38.5

43.6

48.9

55.0

60.9

67.6

80.6

90.1

101.7

105.1

109.7

  Wearing Apparel

31.9

35.4

73.4

142.8

314.3

506.8

700.2

1,180.1

1,546.2

1,812.0

2,125.1

2,660.4

  Footwear

5.2

5.7

6.3

6.1

10.0

16.4

22.5

36.4

44.6

57.2

63.4

77.4

  Wood, Paper & Publishing

82.8

118.2

108.7

142.2

166.6

170.9

151.4

132.4

103.0

111.9

104.9

113.0

  Wood, paper

80.8

115.4

104.7

136.7

158.9

160.3

136.5

111.6

80.2

86.7

77.2

82.5

  Publishing

2.0

2.8

3.9

5.5

7.6

10.7

14.9

20.8

22.9

25.2

27.7

30.4

  Rubber Manufacturing

23.5

22.3

31.4

42.4

48.8

46.4

55.7

69.2

61.7

73.6

110.5

119.1

  Other Manufacturing

128.1

141.6

162.3

189.1

208.9

238.8

286.3

306.7

316.7

342.9

363.6

386.3

  Non-Metallic
  Manufacturing

25.3

30.0

35.7

35.8

39.0

40.2

51.4

62.2

64.1

70.1

75.2

82.7

  Basic Metal and Metal 
  Products

8.7

10.2

12.5

12.4

13.3

12.9

18.6

24.3

25.8

30.6

35.2

42.1

  Other manufacturing

94.1

101.5

114.0

140.9

156.6

185.6

216.3

220.2

226.8

242.2

253.2

261.5

  Electricity, Gas & Water

24.1

30.8

36.0

44.0

49.2

59.2

56.8

58.1

69.6

85.5

103.6

120.4

  Electricity

20.7

25.5

30.0

38.2

43.5

52.6

49.8

50.7

56.9

63.7

66.3

50.6

  Water

3.4

5.3

6.0

5.8

5.7

6.6

7.0

7.4

12.7

21.8

37.4

69.8

  Construction

237.3

299.2

376.2

386.8

411.9

396.0

564.5

731.6

777.3

921.3

1,051.4

1,250.5

  SERVICES SECTOR

2,686.0

2,576.0

2,883.6

3,310.9

3,559.8

4,079.1

4,740.7

5,230.9

5,521.3

5,930.8

6,087.6

7,028.0

  Trade

993.0

923.2

1,002.3

1,141.7

1,230.6

1,361.3

1,476.1

1,512.0

1,521.6

1,562.1

1,634.7

1,902.7

  Motor Vehicle Sale &
  Repair

48.9

50.8

52.1

61.9

60.1

77.5

94.0

95.3

106.8

105.8

125.9

185.6

  Wholesale Trade

863.7

777.8

878.6

966.5

1,040.0

1,135.2

1,208.7

1,245.7

1,243.2

1,280.4

1,318.8

1,502.5

  Retail Trade

80.4

94.5

101.6

113.3

130.5

148.6

173.4

171.0

171.5

175.8

190.0

214.6

  Hotel and Restaurant

154.6

195.4

233.7

250.4

291.4

323.9

419.2

520.9

687.1

836.4

750.9

933.5

  Hotel

42.2

61.0

78.0

101.0

90.7

100.7

143.2

213.9

315.7

381.8

319.6

460.2

  Restaurants

112.4

134.5

155.6

149.4

200.7

223.2

276.0

307.0

371.4

454.6

431.2

473.4

  Transportation and
  Communication

373.2

394.8

441.2

522.0

562.5

635.3

810.7

930.1

1,002.0

1,083.2

1,163.0

1,368.9

  Transport

343.6

354.7

411.4

481.2

499.4

565.3

718.2

833.2

858.5

904.1

934.5

1,112.3

  Communication

29.5

40.1

29.7

40.8

63.1

70.0

92.5

96.9

143.5

179.2

228.6

256.6

  Finance

23.8

27.4

76.5

86.5

97.8

100.3

129.5

175.1

138.8

150.6

154.1

173.1

  Public Administration

142.2

228.5

233.7

296.2

305.0

333.2

388.6

376.6

359.2

390.5

405.7

419.1

  Real Estate and Business 
  services

622.2

451.5

483.4

537.0

601.1

733.9

764.7

855.0

877.2

900.5

925.1

950.7

  Real estate

573.6

401.6

432.0

485.2

548.1

661.2

689.4

772.0

786.8

802.0

817.8

833.6

  Business Services

48.6

49.9

51.4

51.9

53.0

72.7

75.3

83.0

90.4

98.5

107.3

117.1

  Other services

377.1

355.2

412.8

477.1

471.3

591.2

751.9

861.2

935.5

1,007.5

1,054.2

1,279.9

  Education

62.5

32.0

36.8

86.5

88.2

100.3

139.2

150.1

161.5

201.1

215.8

218.6

  Health

48.4

59.5

81.6

35.2

39.6

64.3

72.8

86.7

82.9

106.1

110.8

125.6

  Community Services

121.1

119.4

115.2

161.5

143.7

192.5

182.0

189.2

192.1

232.5

276.0

318.3

  Recreational Services

48.5

48.9

73.9

88.0

83.3

101.2

222.1

283.5

340.5

302.4

279.9

434.4

  Personal & Other Services

96.7

95.5

105.3

105.9

116.4

132.9

135.8

151.7

158.4

165.4

171.7

183.0

Source: National Accounts of Cambodia 2004, National Institute of Statistics
 


Transport AND COMMUNICATION


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Table 11. Estimated Number of Vehicles in Cambodia, 1992 to 2004

  1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
  Phnom Penh
  Cars, minibuses and
  pickups
112,573 119,333 126,716 131,388 136,001 141,561 144,830 149,411 151,090 156,320 162,997 17,564 185,420
  Bus 1,873 1,975 2,121 2,196 2,271 2,336 2,387 2,443 2,483 2,554 2,736 2,843 3,045
  Trucks 8,080 8,730 10,388 12,355 14,600 17,192 18,781 22,527 25,876 26,525 27,830 28,998 30,448
  Other vehicles 3 17 33 60 97 296 317 353 371 396 421 428 440
  Motorcycles 225,903 258,447 290,713 309,793 328,295 339,009 361,441 382,027 426,571 470,261 487,217 515,108 537,772
  Total vehicles 348,432 388,502 429,971 455,792 481,264 500,394 527,756 556,761 606,391 656,056 681,201 718,941 757,125
  % change - 11.5% 10.7% 6.0% 5.6% 4.0% 5.5% 5.5% 8.9% 8.2% 3.8% 5.5% 5.3%
  Provinces
  Cars 22,515 22,631 22,912 24,586 27,238 29,707 31,438 35,901 42,761 44,241 46,130 48,038 49,878
  Bus 375 385 399 407 414 421 426 432 435 442 460 426 457
  Trucks 1,616 1,699 1,702 1,722 1,729 1,738 1,776 1,794 1,943 2,008 2,138 1,450 1,498
  Other vehicles 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - -
  Motorcycles 45,181 51,523 58,993 62,809 66,413 68,652 72,327 76,925 86,932 95,670 99,061 104,640 109,172
  Total vehicles 69,686 76,237 84,006 89,523 95,794 100,518 105,966 115,051 132,070 142,360 147,790 154,554 161,005
  % change - 9.4% 10.2% 6.6% 7.0% 4.9% 5.4% 8.6% 14.8% 7.8% 3.8% 4.6% 4.2%
  Cambodia
  Cars 135,088 141,964 149,628 155,974 163,239 171,268 176,268 185,312 193,851 200,561 209,128 219,602 235,298
  Bus 2,248 2,360 2,520 2,603 2,685 2,757 2,813 2,875 2,918 2,996 3,196 3,269 3,502
  Trucks 9,696 10,429 12,090 14,077 16,329 18,930 20,557 24,321 27,819 28,533 29,968 30,448 31,946
  Other vehicles 3 17 33 60 97 296 317 353 371 396 421 428 440
  Motorcycles 271,084 309,970 349,706 372,602 394,708 407,661 433,768 458,952 513,503 565,931 586,278 619,748 646,944
  Total vehicles 418,118 464,739 513,977 545,315 577,058 600,912 633,722 671,812 738,461 798,416 828,991 873,495 918,130
  % change - 11.2% 10.6% 6.1% 5.8% 4.1% 5.5% 6.0% 9.9% 8.1% 3.8% 5.4% 5.1%
  Memoranda
  Number of household 
  (in thousand)1/
            2,188,663 2,375,266 2,417,996 2,462,112 2,507,821 2,555,203 2,604,310
  Population             12,132,172 12,351,382 12,573,580 12,802,982 13,040,668 13,287,053 13,542,410
  Number of Motor
  cycle per household
                     0.20 0.19          0.21          0.23 0.23   0.24 0.25
  Number of Motor
  cycle per population
                     0.04          0.04          0.04          0.04  0.04 0.05 0.05

1/ Estimated household and population based on GPCC, 1998
Source: Ministry of Public Works and Transport data, Phnom Penh Municipal Traffic Police data, and NIS estimates.

Table 12. Density of Telephone in Year 2001-2004

  1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

  Total of Telephone

85,606

116,821

161,427

256,952

357,040

526,698

684,254

  Mobile Phones

61,345

89,117

130,547

223,458

321,621

489,504

644,389

  Fixed Phones

24,261

27,704

30,880

33,494

35,419

37,194

39,865

  Memoranda

  Total population 1/

12,132,172

12,351,382

12,573,580

12,802,982

13,040,668

13,287,053

13,542,410

  Population age 15 and over 1/

6,697,798

6,948,756

6,985,341

7,021,475

7,053,836

12,351,382

7,099,445

  Land area

181,035

181,035

181,035

181,035

181,035

181,035

181,035

  Mobile phone per 100 persons

0.51

0.72

1.04

1.75

2.47

3.68

4.76

  Mobile phone per 1000 persons

5.1

7.2

10.4

17.5

24.7

36.8

47.6

  Total telephone per 100 persons

0.7

0.9

1.3

2.0

2.7

4.0

5.1

  Total telephone per 1000 persons

7.1

9.5

12.8

20.1

27.4

39.6

50.5

  Mobile phone per 100 person age 15 and over

0.9

1.3

1.9

3.2

4.6

4.0

9.1

  Mobile phone per 1000 person age 15 and over

9.2

12.8

18.7

31.8

45.6

39.6

90.8

  Total telephone per 100 person age 15 and over

1.3

1.7

2.3

3.7

5.1

4.3

9.6

  Number of telephone per square kilomiter

0.5

0.6

0.9

1.4

2.0

2.9

3.8

1/ Population Projection for Cambodia 1998-2020 base on General Population Census of Cambodia 1998
Source : Ministry of Post and Telecommunication and National Institute of Statistics
 


investment


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Table 13. All Investment Approvals 1994-2004

 

All investment Companies

Active Companies

Formerly Active Companies

Non-Active & Deleted Companies

Number of
Project

Project Costs

Fixed Assets

Number
of
Project

Project Costs

Fixed Assets

Number of
Project

Project Costs

Fixed Assets

Number of
Project

Project Costs

Fixed Assets

 

In US dollar

1994

36

782,078,395

522,942,802

7

38,128,480

32,908,480

5

559,572,000

393,372,000

24

184,377,915

96,662,322

1995

162

2,581,946,267

2,383,445,127

43

676,009,082

596,101,787

14

31,767,972

21,592,843

105

1,874,169,213

1,765,750,497

1996

187

968,724,980

801,364,128

55

401,660,852

303,538,462

31

113,252,632

101,276,652

101

453,811,496

396,549,014

1997

206

3,950,640,525

744,019,489

61

209,372,851

137,928,145

35

107,680,501

85,677,696

110

3,633,587,173

520,413,648

1998

142

1,652,380,011

856,658,609

66

277,496,465

221,282,135

13

33,213,001

23,733,680

63

1,341,670,545

611,642,794

1999

98

602,232,508

480,525,613

49

343,669,297

295,065,035

2

10,300,000

6,807,700

47

248,263,211

178,652,878

2000

96

341,299,943

269,971,033

68

233,621,172

185,534,262

8

27,544,160

23,716,160

20

80,134,611

60,720,611

2001

49

286,277,994

242,085,673

37

205,147,093

179,475,772

2

2,357,280

1,707,280

10

78,773,621

60,902,621

2002

45

279,553,641

254,310,641

36

124,753,141

106,610,141

0

0

0

9

154,800,500

147,700,500

2003

62

367,079,917

301,240,622

57

307,557,542

248,218,247

0

0

0

5

59,522,375

53,022,375

2004

79

383,135,896

345,026,378

78

381,335,896

343,726,378

0

0

0

1

1,800,000

1,300,000

Total

1,162

12,195,350,077

7,201,590,115

557

3,198,751,871

2,650,388,844

110

885,687,546

657,884,011

495

8,110,910,660

3,893,317,260

 

Annual growth rate

1995

350.0

230.1

355.8

514.3

1,673.0

1,711.4

180.0

-94.3

-94.5

337.5

916.5

1,726.7

1996

15.4

-62.5

-66.4

27.9

-40.6

-49.1

121.4

256.5

369.0

-3.8

-75.8

-77.5

1997

10.2

307.8

-7.2

10.9

-47.9

-54.6

12.9

-4.9

-15.4

8.9

700.7

31.2

1998

-31.1

-58.2

15.1

8.2

32.5

60.4

-62.9

-69.2

-72.3

-42.7

-63.1

17.5

1999

-31.0

-63.6

-43.9

-25.8

23.8

33.3

-84.6

-69.0

-71.3

-25.4

-81.5

-70.8

2000

-2.0

-43.3

-43.8

38.8

-32.0

-37.1

300.0

167.4

248.4

-57.4

-67.7

-66.0

2001

-49.0

-16.1

-10.3

-45.6

-12.2

-3.3

-75.0

-91.4

-92.8

-50.0

-1.7

0.3

2002

-8.2

-2.3

5.0

-2.7

-39.2

-40.6

-100.0

-100.0

-100.0

-10.0

96.5

142.5

2003

37.8

31.3

18.5

58.3

146.5

132.8

0.0

0.0

0.0

-44.4

-61.5

-64.1

2004

27.4

4.4

14.5

36.8

24.0

38.5

0.0

0.0

0.0

-80.0

-97.0

-97.5

Source:  Data Provided by council for the development of Cambodia (CDC)

Table 14. Total Project Cost of Domestic Direct Investment, 1994-2004

Year

Total Project Cost of Domestic Direct Investment

Total

Active

Former Active

Non Active

Deleted

Number of Project Total Project cost Number of Project Total Project cost Number of Project Total Project cost Number of Project Total Project cost Number of Project Total Project cost
1994

0

0

1

5,350,000

2

1,233,993

1

385,422

4

6,969,415

1995

3

33,159,086

2

4,243,000

7

162,348,535

4

60,570,000

16

260,320,621

1996

5

24,195,563

3

3,605,000

15

20,535,001

2

2,047,302

25

50,382,866

1997

6

31,362,895

2

1,836,700

6

45,349,910

0

0

14

78,549,505

1998

8

55,964,200

1

1,274,550

11

74,795,579

0

0

20

132,034,329

1999

8

160,826,939

0

0

7

70,732,619

4

24,192,900

19

255,752,458

2000

8

19,006,792

1

1,593,800

4

28,045,141

0

0

13

48,645,733

2001

6

62,416,109

1

839,180

5

6,989,079

0

0

12

70,244,368

2002

9

50,286,474

0

0

2

40,286,800

0

0

11

90,573,274

2003

19

179,577,331

0

0

1

27,000,000

0

0

20

206,577,331

2004

18

139,982,578

0

0

0

0

0

0

18

139,982,578

Total :

90

756,777,967

11

18,742,230

60

477,316,657

11

87,195,624

172

1,340,032,478

Table 15. Total Project Cost of Foreign Direct Investment, 1994-2004

Year

Total Project Cost of foreign Direct Investment

Total

Active

Former Active

Non Active

Deleted

Number of Project Total Project cost Number of Project Total Project cost Number of Project Total Project cost Number of Project Total Project cost Number of Project Total Project cost
1994

2

3,708,480

1

400,000

7

20,849,000

1

1,948,000

11

26,905,480

1995

23

169,824,737

5

7,141,209

27

1,350,375,290

15

63,420,049

70

1,590,761,285

1996

21

197,356,072

12

67,124,500

22

142,611,802

7

58,499,500

62

465,591,874

1997

32

94,756,377

10

71,483,848

34

182,115,183

7

7,601,980

83

355,957,388

1998

35

131,918,847

9

27,051,380

17

180,174,025

4

10,611,650

65

349,755,902

1999

21

86,283,076

0

0

12

46,583,932

0

0

33

132,867,008

2000

43

159,050,553

3

1,983,300

6

12,513,520

0

0

52

173,547,373

2001

23

117,090,035

1

1,518,100

2

61,015,600

0

0

26

179,623,735

2002

19

44,538,623

0

0

3

90,664,000

0

0

22

135,202,623

2003

21

48,155,242

0

0

3

27,522,375

0

0

24

75,677,617

2004

41

161,673,297

0

0

1

1,800,000

0

0

42

163,473,297

Total :

281

1,214,355,339

41

176,702,337

134

2,116,224,727

34

142,081,179

490

3,649,363,582

Table 16. Total Project Cost of Joint Direct Investment, 1994-2004

Year

Total Project Cost of Joint Countries

Total

Active

Former Active

Non Active

Deleted

Number of Project Total Project cost Number of Project Total Project cost Number of Project Total Project cost Number of Project Total Project cost Number of Project Total Project cost
1994

5

34,420,000

3

553,822,000

4

48,646,000

9

111,315,500

16

232,192,333

1995

17

473,025,259

7

20,383,763

28

171,719,469

24

65,735,870

76

730,864,361

1996

29

180,109,217

16

42,523,132

42

183,035,891

13

47,082,000

100

452,750,240

1997

23

83,253,579

23

34,359,953

48

3,368,451,918

15

30,068,182

109

3,516,133,632

1998

23

89,613,418

3

4,887,071

28

1,067,079,147

3

9,010,144

57

1,170,589,780

1999

20

96,559,282

2

10,300,000

20

89,615,113

4

17,138,647

46

213,613,042

2000

17

55,563,827

4

23,967,060

10

39,575,950

0

0

31

119,106,837

2001

8

25,640,949

0

0

3

10,768,942

0

0

11

36,409,891

2002

8

29,928,044

0

0

4

23,849,700

0

0

12

53,777,744

2003

17

79,824,969

0

0

1

5,000,000

0

0

18

84,824,969

2004

19

79,680,021

0

0

0

0

0

0

19

79,680,021

Total :

186

1,227,618,565

58

690,242,979

188

5,007,742,130

68

280,350,343

495

6,689,942,850

  Source: Data Provided by Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC)
 


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Table 17. Structure of Central Government Revenue, 19962004

  1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

(In billions of riels)

  Total revenue

749.1

881.0

942.7

1,316.3

1,408.5

1,529.4

1,743.9

1,764.6

2,126.7

    Tax revenue

534.3

597.4

679.4

947.7

1,026.0

1,096.4

1,227.1

1,220.1

1,577.5

      Direct taxes

26.5

43.6

55.5

82.7

135.6

140.5

131.6

150.4

157.9

        Wage tax

2.7

5.7

8.5

10.6

13.2

19.0

19.4

22.3

28.5

        Profit tax

18.5

35.0

42.1

63.8

100.9

112.8

102.6

109.9

117.3

        Property tax

2.1

2.6

4.7

5.7

7.1

8.3

9.7

18.2

12.1

        Tax on unutilized land

0.0

0.3

0.2

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

        Other income taxes

3.2

0.0

0.0

2.6

14.4

0.3

0.0

0.0

0.0

      Indirect taxes

163.7

206.5

247.5

431.6

500.0

580.5

671.7

674.5

906.2

        Turnover tax

27.4

46.6

65.9

21.8

12.6

9.9

7.9

10.9

7.5

        Consumption tax

70.4

75.2

90.1

        VAT

314.9

371.6

412.0

449.4

449.4

590.6

          Domestic

42.8

72.8

83.7

102.7

157.4

186.4

             Public enterprises

2.0

8.6

10.0

12.5

13.8

13.6

             Private enterprises

39.4

64.2

69.5

69.5

119.9

172.7

             Petroleum companies

1.3

0.0

4.2

20.6

24.3

0.0

          Import

285.8

312.8

327.1

346.6

493.0

404.2

             Petroleum companies

76.6

80.7

98.1

97.9

98.6

118.2

             Other companies

209.2

232.1

229.0

248.6

395.2

286.0

          VAT refunds (-)

13.7

14.0

..

        Excise taxes

56.6

74.1

76.1

91.8

112.6

154.8

210.3

197.6

304.4

         Domestic

6.8

11.1

15.9

15.5

19.0

20.1

29.2

33.4

49.0

         Import

49.8

63.0

60.2

76.3

93.7

134.7

181.2

164.2

255.4

         Others

9.2

10.6

15.4

2.9

3.2

3.8

4.0

16.5

3.8

    Taxes on international trade

344.2

347.3

376.3

433.4

390.4

375.7

423.8

395.2

513.3

       Taxes and duties on imports

334.8

335.5

372.5

415.3

372.8

364.1

407.8

374.9

491.3

           Import tariffs on petroleum

99.7

117.8

143.6

150.7

162.1

158.5

118.4

98.6

133.2

           Import tariffs (non-petroleum)

231.5

209.8

217.5

246.4

204.0

186.3

192.0

276.3

358.1

           Fees on petroleum products

1.8

1.8

2.0

1.9

2.6

2.4

0.2

3.0

2.5

           Import fees

1.8

6.1

9.4

16.3

4.1

16.8

19.0

20.0

21.1

           Sur tax on petroleum

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

78.3

67.99

101.9

       Taxes on exports

8.2

9.9

2.7

16.5

15.8

10.0

14.4

17.9

19.3

           Timber

5.6

3.3

1.7

12.7

10.1

6.0

5.1

3.2

3.3

           Rubber

1.6

5.6

0.0

2.6

4.0

2.1

7.7

13.9

15.5

           Other products

0.9

1.0

1.0

1.3

1.8

1.8

1.6

0.75

0.5

       Penalties

1.2

2.0

1.1

1.6

1.8

1.7

1.5

1.5

2.7

    Nontax revenue

175.5

271.3

230.1

354.8

353.3

423.9

500.5

513.1

529.8

       Receipts on public property

92.7

134.1

120.4

89.4

135.9

155.4

136.3

113.53

110.9

           Fisheries

7.1

7.4

8.2

9.2

9.9

5.8

8.8

5.8

7.0

           Forests

27.5

37.4

22.8

36.3

41.0

29.1

14.9

6.7

1.8

           Receipts from public
           enterprises

34.9

36.4

55.5

30.5

51.4

63.3

61.9

81.5

102.0

           Of which: Factory leases

10.1

8.4

8.7

8.8

5.2

7.2

7.7

7.3

5.9

                Civil aviation

17.1

17.1

17.7

19.2

24.8

40.5

33.5

21.7

26.9

                Tourism receipts

0

1.0

0.7

0.8

5.9

14.4

19.5

20.2

28.8

                Royalties and concessions

6.2

33.2

3.5

1.8

11.8

22.6

3.1

4.7

7.9

                User fees

8.0

6.6

10.9

0.1

0.0

0

0

0

0

                Building leases

8.7

12.6

18.8

11.5

21.8

22.9

19.1

17.3

20.5

                Other

0.2

0.6

0.8

0.0

0.0

11.8

28.4

10.3

12

       Other nontax revenue

82.9

137.2

109.7

265.5

217.4

268.5

364.3

399.6

386.0

           Posts and telecommunication

63.6

83.0

87.2

108.9

91.9

122.3

122.6

119.8

94.2

           Ratio-TV (advertisement)

0.1

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.1

0.1

0.0

0.0

           Public services

12.8

46.0

17.5

141.9

101.4

111.6

158.6

186.8

185.1

              Of which: Visa fees

8.0

23.8

7.2

17.2

20.2

27.9

40.5

41.1

62.2

              Quota auction and export
              licenses

108.1

65.4

71.6

106.1

145.8

122.9

           Interest

2.9

0.0

3.4

0.0

0.0

0.1

9.5

10.0

12.0

           Nontax revenue of provinces

1.4

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.2

0.5

0.5

1.0

           Banking profit

10.0

12.8

15.7

15.6

4.6

2.7

           Other nontax revenue

2.2

8.1

1.6

4.6

11.2

18.6

57.4

11.6

40.9

  Capital revenue

39.2

12.3

33.2

13.7

29.3

9.1

16.3

31.4

19.5

      Of which: Privatization receipts

21.8

10.5

32.2

13.2

22.9

8.2

16.1

2.6

9.5

Source: Data provided by the Ministry of Economy and Finance.

Table 18. Central Government Budgetary Expenditure by Economic Classification, 19952004

  1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

(In billions of riel)

  Total expenditure

1,205.7

1,441.5

1,259.7

1,571.2

1,825.0

2,085.5

2,516.9

2,774.3

2,956.8

2,970.2

    Current expenditure

694.6

812.9

807.8

941.2

1,097.2

1,189.6

1,415.6

1,574.9

1,758.1

1,745.7

      Salaries

326.3

354.2

381.9

451.1

525.4

512.3

509.1

586.6

614.7

639.7

        Civil administration

109.9

125.3

132.2

154.3

194.1

211.5

223.0

304.3

287.3

296.1

        Defense and security

216.4

228.9

249.7

296.8

331.3

300.8

286.1

282.3

327.4

343.6

      Operating costs

289.5

344.9

321.9

371.7

410.1

497.1

627.8

689.7

735.7

717.1

        Civil administration

104.2

165.7

163.7

219.6

276.0

365.4

509.7

578.7

626.1

606.0

        Defense and security

185.3

179.2

158.3

152.2

134.1

131.7

118.1

111.0

109.5

111.1

      Economic transfers

14.3

15.5

6.6

14.3

12.0

30.9

31.7

51.0

60.1

63.8

      Social transfers

44.5

62.0

68.0

70.9

103.8

103.9

113.9

136.5

164.7

141.2

         Civil administration

40.2

55.1

60.8

62.8

94.6

90.1

101.0

123.1

150.6

125.6

         Defense and security

4.3

6.9

7.1

8.0

9.2

13.8

13.0

13.4

14.1

15.6

      Interest

1.9

12.8

9.5

14.7

22.4

21.1

21.6

27.6

34.1

48.6

      Other current expenditure

18.0

23.4

19.9

18.4

23.5

24.3

111.5

83.5

148.9

135.3

      Of which:

                   

         Subsidy to provinces

 

17.2

16.7

16.3

16.0

19.8

30.8

56.4

91.0

107.5

         Contribution to international org.

 

6.2

1.1

2.1

4.9

6.0

3.9

7.6

5.0

7.0

  Capital expenditure

511.1

628.6

451.9

630.0

727.8

895.9

1,101.3

1,199.4

1,198.6

1,224.5

      Locally financed

56.9

61.6

110.3

120.4

223.6

303.4

283.0

338.4

333.2

297.1

      Externally financed

454.2

567.0

341.6

509.5

504.2

592.5

818.3

861.0

865.4

927.4

 

(In percent of total expenditure)

  Total

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

  Current expenditure

57.6

56.4

64.1

59.9

60.1

57.0

56.2

56.8

59.5

58.8

      Salaries

27.1

24.6

30.3

28.7

28.8

24.6

20.2

21.1

20.8

21.5

         Civil administration

9.1

8.7

10.5

9.8

10.6

10.1

8.9

11.0

9.7

10.0

         Defense and security

18.0

15.9

19.8

18.9

18.2

14.4

11.4

10.2

11.1

11.6

      Operating costs

24.0

23.9

25.6

23.7

22.5

23.8

24.9

24.9

24.9

24.1

         Civil administration

8.6

11.5

13.0

14.0

15.1

17.5

20.2

20.9

21.2

20.4

         Defense and security

15.4

12.4

12.6

9.7

7.3

6.3

4.7

4.0

3.7

3.7

      Economic transfers

1.2

1.1

0.5

0.9

0.7

1.5

1.3

1.8

2.0

2.1

      Social transfers

3.7

4.3

5.4

4.5

5.7

5.0

4.5

4.9

5.6

4.8

         Civil administration

3.3

3.8

4.8

4.0

5.2

4.3

4.0

4.4

5.1

4.2

         Defense and security

0.4

0.5

0.6

0.5

0.5

0.7

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.5

      Interest

0.2

0.9

0.8

0.9

1.2

1.0

0.9

1.0

1.2

1.6

      Other current expenditure

1.5

1.6

1.6

1.2

1.3

1.2

4.4

3.0

5.0

4.6

        Of which:

                   

          Subsidy to provinces

 

1.2

1.3

1.0

0.9

0.9

1.2

2.0

3.1

3.6

          Contribution to international org.

 

0.4

0.1

0.1

0.3

0.3

0.2

0.3

0.2

0.2

  Capital expenditure

42.4

43.6

35.9

40.1

39.9

43.0

43.8

43.2

40.5

41.2

      Locally financed

4.7

4.3

8.8

7.7

12.3

14.5

11.2

12.2

11.3

10.0

      Externally financed

37.7

39.3

27.1

32.4

27.6

28.4

32.5

31.0

29.3

31.2

Source: Data provided by the Ministry of Economy and Finance.

Table 19. Official External Assistance to the Budget, 19952004

  1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

(In billions of riels)

  Total official external financing

559.3

674.2

445.9

505.4

515.4

707.5

889.4

1,060.5

1,020.0

864.6

       Budget support

108.6

149.9

96.0

1.5

4.4

113.2

54.3

178.2

139.0

44.5

          Grants

68.9

75.8

46.2

1.5

4.4

23.8

36.2

91.5

52.2

11.8

          Loans

39.7

74.0

49.8

0.0

0.0

89.4

18.0

86.7

86.8

32.7

              World Bank

39.7

74.0

7.2

0.0

0.0

36.9

18.0

8.9

64.5

8.9

              Asian Development Bank

0.0

0.0

42.5

0.0

0.0

52.5

0.0

77.8

22.4

23.7

       Project aid

450.7

565.8

350.8

503.9

511.0

594.4

839.4

890.2

891.3

905.3

          Grants

349.2

429.8

244.6

340.7

337.4

360.0

463.2

360.0

329.5

391.2

          Loans

105.0

137.2

97.0

168.9

166.8

232.5

355.1

501.0

536.0

536.3

              World Bank

20.5

34.1

66.4

56.3

69.8

97.8

139.3

160.8

200.4

177.6

              Asian Development Bank

84.5

103.1

30.6

112.6

96.9

134.7

191.3

245.1

255.8

243.2

              Bilateral

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

24.5

95.2

79.8

115.5

          Pending

-3.5

-1.2

9.2

-5.7

6.8

1.9

21.1

29.2

25.8

-22.1

       Amortization

 

-41.4

-0.9

0.0

0.0

0.0

-4.3

-8.0

-1.9

-24.8

Source: Data provided by the Ministry of Economy and Finance
 


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Table 20.  Weights of Selected Item by Number of Item and Group: Phnom Penh, Siem Reap,
Battambang, Kampong Cham, Kandal and Sihanouk Ville

Commodity Group

Weights July-December 2000=100

Phnom Penh

Siemreap, Battambang, Kampong Cham, Kamdal and Sihanouk Ville
Number of Group Number of Item Number of Group Number of Item

   All items

100.000000

 

227

 

225

 I- Food, beverages and tobacco

42.67383

 

96

16

95

    Food

39.03363

13

87

13

86

    Beverages

2.231947

2

6

2

6

    Tobacco

1.408253

1

3

1

3

 II- Clothing and footwear

2.19241

 

28

11

28

    Clothing

1.676946

6

18

6

18

    Footwear

0.459457

3

6

3

6

    Service fees

0.024416

1

2

1

2

    Sewing accessories

0.031596

1

2

1

2

 III- housing and utilities

33.34821

21

5

21

    Housing

27.90394

2

15

2

15

    Water, light and fuel

5.444271

3

6

3

6

 IV- House furnishings and
      household  operation

0.65501

 

31

11

31

    House furnishings

0.399872

6

25

6

25

    Household operation

0.255139

1

6

5

6

 V- Medical care

4.03851

13

5

13

   Medical services

0.825177

1

2

2

2

    Hospital admittance fees

0.475059

1

1

1

1

    Medical supplies

2.738273

2

10

2

10

VI- Transportation and 
     communication

8.6637

 

12

4

11

    Transportation

8.201661

3

10

3

9

    Communication services

0.462037

1

2

1

2

 VII- Recreation and education

6.24669

 

13

7

13

    Recreation

0.929702

3

7

3

7

    Education

5.316991

4

6

4

6

 VIII- Personal care and effects

2.18163

 

13

13

13

    Personal care products

0.799283

1

9

9

9

    Personal services

0.449622

1

3

3

3

    Personal effects

0.932727

1

1

1

1

Table 21. Consumer Price Index Components of All Items, 2001-2004 (July-December 2000=100)

Time Municipality Provincial City Month to Month and Quarter to Quarter Percentage change
Phnom Penh Sihanouk
 Ville
Battam-bang Kampong Cham Kandal Siemreap Phnom Penh Sihanouk Ville Battam-bang Kampong Cham Kandal Siemreap
  2001

100.34

108.09

105.08

107.94

110.85

100.50

0.22%

-

-

-

-

-

  Quarter 1 99.48 106.59 105.60 108.27 111.86 10.2.26 -2.31% - - - - -
     January

99.43

106.19

106.92

106.96

113.25

103.21

-0.57%

-

-

-

-

-

     February

99.07

107.45

105.31

109.27

112.07

102.17

-0.36%

1.19%

-1.51%

2.16%

-1.04%

-1.01%

     March

99.95

106.14

104.58

108.57

110.25

101.39

0.89%

-1.22%

-0.69%

-0.64%

-1.62%

-0.76%

  Quarter 2

99.84

107.73

103.52

107.14

109.37

100.87

0.36%

1.07%

-1.97%

-1.04%

-2.22%

-1.36%

     April

100.89

109.35

104.16

107.27

109.93

103.30

0.94%

3.02%

-0.40%

-1.20%

-0.29%

1.88%

     May

98.92

107.02

103.87

106.39

108.90

100.00

-1.95%

-2.13%

-0.28%

-0.82%

-0.94%

-3.19%

     June

99.72

106.83

102.54

107.76

109.29

99.31

0.81%

-0.18%

-1.28%

1.29%

0.36%

-0.69%

  Quarter 3

100.64

109.84

105.52

108.27

111.45

99.39

0.80%

1.96%

1.93%

1.06%

1.90%

-1.46%

     July

99.92

109.65

105.63

109.32

110.40

99.77

0.20%

2.64%

3.01%

1.45%

1.02%

0.46%

     August

100.70

110.99

105.40

107.64

112.57

99.72

0.78%

1.22%

-0.22%

-1.54%

1.97%

-0.05%

     September

101.30

108.88

105.54

107.86

111.39

98.69

0.60%

-1.90%

0.13%

0.20%

-1.05%

-1.03%

  Quarter 4

101.38

108.18

105.65

108.08

110.72

99.47

0.73%

-1.51%

0.12%

-0.18%

-0.66%

0.08%

     October

102.17

108.27

105.41

107.91

110.49

99.20

0.86%

-0.56%

-0.12%

0.05%

-0.81%

0.52%

     November

101.30

108.26

105.74

108.06

110.95

99.16

-0.85%

-0.01%

0.31%

0.14%

0.42%

-0.04%

     December

100.66

108.00

105.81

108.26

110.71

100.06

-0.63%

-0.24%

0.07%

0.19%

-0.22%

0.91%

  2002

103.65

108.89

106.02

109.09

110.81

102.01

3.30%

0.74%

0.90%

1.07%

-0.03%

1.50%

  Quarter 1

102.87

108.23

105.21

108.69

109.89

101.01

1.47%

0.05%

-0.42%

0.56%

-0.75%

1.54%

     January

103.05

107.06

105.48

107.95

110.10

101.23

2.37%

-0.87%

-0.31%

-0.29%

-0.55%

1.17%

     February

102.73

108.72

105.11

108.89

109.81

100.90

-0.31%

1.55%

-0.35%

0.87%

-0.26%

-0.33%

     March

102.82

108.91

105.04

109.22

109.74

100.89

0.09%

0.17%

-0.07%

0.30%

-0.06%

-0.01%

  Quarter 2

103.15

108.89

105.77

108.89

110.31

101.42

0.27%

0.61%

0.53%

0.19%

0.39%

0.41%

     April

103.75

109.52

105.87

109.31

110.62

102.02

0.90%

0.56%

0.79%

0.08%

0.80%

1.12%

     May

102.79

108.63

105.86

108.89

110.12

101.03

-0.93%

-0.82%

-0.01%

-0.38%

-0.45%

-0.98%

     June

102.90

108.52

105.58

108.47

110.20

101.22

0.11%

-0.10%

-0.27%

-0.38%

0.07%

0.19%

  Quarter 3

104.13

109.00

106.30

109.09

110.93

102.45

0.95%

0.10%

0.50%

0.18%

0.56%

1.01%

     July

103.66

108.47

105.98

108.40

110.24

101.37

0.74%

-0.05%

0.38%

-0.07%

0.04%

0.15%

     August

104.19

109.05

106.13

109.28

110.83

102.73

0.51%

0.54%

0.15%

0.81%

0.53%

1.34%

     September

104.53

109.49

106.79

109.58

111.72

103.25

0.33%

0.40%

0.62%

0.28%

0.80%

0.50%

  Quarter 4

104.46

109.44

106.80

109.70

112.12

103.16

0.32%

0.40%

0.47%

0.57%

1.08%

0.69%

     October

104.51

109.36

106.71

109.63

112.11

103.13

-0.02%

-0.12%

-0.07%

0.04%

0.36%

-0.12%

     November

104.47

109.37

106.79

109.73

112.15

103.19

-0.04%

0.02%

0.07%

0.09%

0.03%

0.06%

     December

104.39

109.59

106.90

109.75

112.11

103.15

-0.08%

0.20%

0.10%

0.02%

-0.03%

-0.05%

  2003

104.84

110.73

107.67

110.40

112.43

104.66

1.15%

1.69%

1.56%

1.20%

1.46%

2.60%

  Quarter 1

104.68

110.30

107.37

110.14

112.32

103.59

0.21%

0.78%

0.53%

0.40%

0.18%

0.42%

     January

104.51

110.07

107.20

110.02

112.30

103.55

0.11%

0.44%

0.28%

0.24%

0.17%

0.39%

     February

104.58

110.46

107.48

110.25

112.38

103.74

0.07%

0.36%

0.26%

0.21%

0.07%

0.18%

     March

104.95

110.37

107.42

110.15

112.29

103.49

0.35%

-0.08%

-0.05%

-0.08%

-0.09%

-0.24%

  Quarter 2

104.78

110.54

107.45

110.08

112.26

104.76

0.09%

0.22%

0.08%

-0.05%

-0.05%

1.13%

     April

105.01

110.79

107.61

110.19

112.51

104.99

0.06%

0.38%

0.17%

0.03%

0.20%

1.45%

     May

104.72

110.29

107.24

109.91

112.08

104.51

-0.28%

-0.45%

-0.34%

-0.26%

-0.38%

-0.45%

     June

104.60

110.55

107.51

110.15

112.20

104.77

-0.11%

0.23%

0.25%

0.23%

0.10%

0.25%

  Quarter 3

104.93

110.89

107.81

110.45

112.44

105.05

0.15%

0.31%

0.33%

0.34%

0.16%

0.27%

     July

104.75

110.69

107.66

110.28

112.30

104.83

0.14%

0.13%

0.14%

0.11%

0.09%

0.06%

     August

104.97

110.92

107.80

110.44

112.43

105.00

0.21%

0.20%

0.13%

0.14%

0.12%

0.16%

     September

105.08

111.06

107.97

110.64

112.59

105.31

0.10%

0.13%

0.15%

0.18%

0.14%

0.29%

  Quarter 4

104.98

111.18

108.04

110.93

112.68

105.24

0.05%

0.26%

0.22%

0.44%

0.21%

0.18%

     October

105.10

111.22

108.17

110.90

112.69

105.24

0.02%

0.14%

0.18%

0.24%

0.09%

-0.06%

     November

104.98

111.21

108.00

110.98

112.68

105.31

-0.11%

-0.01%

-0.16%

0.07%

-0.01%

0.06%

     December

104.87

111.11

107.97

110.92

112.66

105.16

-0.10%

-0.09%

-0.03%

-0.06%

-0.01%

-0.14%

  2004

108.90

119.13

115.35

117.65

120.35

115.14

3.87%

7.59%

7.13%

6.56%

7.05%

10.02%

  Quarter 1

105.47

112.23

108.90

112.83

114.08

107.14

0.46%

0.94%

0.79%

1.71%

1.24%

1.81%

     January

105.18

112.03

108.61

112.25

113.04

106.00

0.30%

0.82%

0.59%

1.20%

0.33%

0.80%

     February

105.37

111.70

108.96

112.77

114.18

107.17

0.18%

-0.29%

0.32%

0.46%

1.01%

1.10%

     March

105.85

112.95

109.14

113.48

115.01

108.26

0.46%

1.12%

0.17%

0.63%

0.73%

1.02%

  Quarter 2

107.10

116.75

113.38

116.85

118.04

112.60

1.55%

4.03%

4.11%

3.56%

3.48%

5.09%

     April

106.64

113.98

110.66

115.02

115.92

108.55

0.75%

0.91%

1.39%

1.36%

0.79%

0.27%

     May

106.92

117.13

113.93

116.11

117.55

112.53

0.26%

2.76%

2.95%

0.95%

1.41%

3.67%

     June

107.74

119.14

115.55

119.43

120.66

116.71

0.77%

1.72%

1.42%

2.86%

2.65%

3.71%

  Quarter 3

111.97

124.82

120.84

122.44

125.81

122.26

4.54%

6.92%

6.58%

4.78%

6.58%

8.59%

     July

111.07

123.57

119.72

121.65

124.98

119.70

3.09%

3.72%

3.61%

1.86%

3.58%

2.56%

     August

112.02

124.88

120.98

122.38

125.87

123.43

0.86%

1.06%

1.05%

0.60%

0.71%

3.12%

     September

112.81

126.02

121.82

123.29

126.59

123.66

0.71%

0.91%

0.69%

0.74%

0.57%

0.19%

  Quarter 4

111.07

122.71

118.27

118.46

123.46

118.57

-0.80%

-1.69%

-2.12%

-3.25%

-1.87%

-3.02%

     October

111.44

125.40

121.63

123.11

126.47

121.55

-1.21%

-0.49%

-0.16%

-0.15%

-0.09%

-1.71%

     November

111.02

121.67

117.26

121.35

122.32

117.46

-0.38%

-2.97%

-3.59%

-1.43%

-3.28%

-3.36%

     December

110.76

121.06

115.93

110.92

121.60

116.70

-0.23%

-0.50%

-1.13%

-8.59%

-0.59%

-0.65%

Table 22. Producer Price Index, March Quarter 2000 to September Quarter 2003

ISIC Code No.

Industry

Weight

1st qter Index 2000

2nd qter Index 2000

3rd qter Index 2000

4th qter Index 2000

1st qter Index 2001

2nd qter Index 2001

3rd qter Index 2001

4th qter Index 2001

1st qter Index 2002

2nd qter Index 2002

3rd qter Index 2002

4th qter Index 2002

1st qter Index 2003

2nd qter Index 2003

3rd qter Index 2003

Item Code

  Total Industrial Producer
Price Index

100.000000

99.70

100.98

99.51

99.81

100.65

101.05

101.83

101.87

102.99

104.25

104.52

105.08

106.66

106.50

107.10

C

  Mining and Quarrying

1.668553

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

111.83

111.83

111.83

111.83

107.79

107.79

107.79

110.16

116.60

116.60

116.60

14

  Other Mining and Quarrying

1.668553

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

111.83

111.83

111.83

111.83

107.79

107.79

107.79

110.16

116.60

116.60

116.60

D

  Manufacturing

97.110300

99.67

101.06

99.47

99.81

100.42

100.89

101.83

101.86

103.17

104.48

104.44

104.89

106.07

105.76

106.44

15

  Manufacturing of food and Beverages

42.347064

101.03

101.20

98.97

98.80

101.06

100.81

101.39

101.70

104.92

105.54

105.93

106.81

107.64

108.18

108.15

16

  Manufacturing of Tobacco

0.993620

100.12

99.78

100.03

100.07

94.60

96.63

96.10

92.91

94.89

94.92

94.66

95.22

92.68

93.08

93.11

17

  Manufacture of textiles

1.303181

98.41

98.79

99.93

102.86

99.86

100.34

100.74

102.03

101.81

101.58

103.73

104.98

105.26

103.57

105.97

18

  Manufacturing of wearing Apparel

42.717308

98.35

101.03

99.92

100.69

99.96

101.11

102.40

102.19

101.44

103.51

102.93

102.94

104.54

103.41

104.77

19

  Tanning and Dressing of leather

1.159746

99.07

100.31

100.31

100.31

99.78

99.93

103.04

103.22

111.48

112.47

114.98

115.14

117.77

117.48

117.50

20

  Manufacture of Wood Production

1.092623

99.33

101.47

99.55

99.65

100.47

100.50

100.52

100.54

98.51

98.51

99.83

99.83

102.93

102.93

102.93

21

  Manufacture of Paper Products

0.197117

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.98

100.98

100.98

100.98

100.98

100.98

100.98

22

  Publishing and Printing

0.127835

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

24

  Manufacture of Chemical Products

0.503525

99.42

99.85

100.23

100.50

100.63

100.71

100.86

100.55

89.92

90.03

90.30

90.26

90.80

91.74

91.74

25

  Manufacture of Plastic and Rubber Products

2.355821

99.36

101.04

99.86

99.73

99.51

97.57

96.13

96.36

101.49

105.39

117.83

122.97

137.31

141.19

141.90

26

  Manufacture of Non-Metallic Mineral Products

1.748041

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

99.93

99.80

99.78

99.78

99.53

99.41

99.40

99.40

100.33

100.94

100.94

28

  Manufacture of Fabricated Metal Products

0.630071

103.16

99.25

98.81

98.78

96.20

101.84

99.25

99.30

97.28

98.68

98.78

98.38

98.51

98.50

95.10

29

  Manufacture of Machinery and Equipment  N.E.C.

0.046478

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

36

  Manufacture of Furniture

1.887871

100.26

100.17

99.81

99.77

101.32

101.13

101.13

100.95

101.83

101.79

101.60

101.59

103.36

103.41

103.22

E

  Electricity, Gas and Water Supply

1.221150

99.52

100.18

100.07

100.22

107.15

107.16

106.80

106.97

106.54

106.54

106.39

106.57

106.64

107.48

107.32

40

  Electricity

1.043832

99.97

99.98

100.03

100.02

108.04

108.05

107.81

107.82

107.32

107.32

107.33

107.35

107.44

108.42

108.42

41

  Water Supply

0.177314

96.87

101.40

100.32

101.40

101.95

101.95

100.86

101.95

101.95

101.95

100.86

101.95

101.95

101.95

100.86

Table 23. Producer Price Index - Percentage Changes, March Quarter 2000 to September Quarter 2003

ISIC Code No.

Industry

Weight

2nd qter00 to 1st qter00

3rd qter00 to 2nd qter00

4th qter00 to 3rd qter00

1st qter01 to 4th qter00

2nd qter01 to 1st qter01

3rd qter01 to 2nd qter01

4th qter01 to 3rd qter01

1st qter02 to 4th qter01

2nd qter02 to 1st qter02

3rd qter02 to 2nd qter02

4th qter02 to 3rd qter02

1st qter03 to 4th qter02

2nd qter03 to 3rd qter03

3rd qter03 to 2nd qter03

Item Code

  Total Industrial Producer Price Index

100.000000

1.28

-1.46

0.30

0.84

0.40

0.77

0.04

1.10

1.22

0.26

0.54

1.50

-0.15

0.56

C

  Mining and Quarrying

1.668553

0.00

0.00

0.00

11.83

0.00

0.00

0.00

-3.61

0.00

0.00

2.20

5.85

0.00

0.00

14

  Other Mining and Quarrying

1.668553

0.00

0.00

0.00

11.83

0.00

0.00

0.00

-3.61

0.00

0.00

2.20

5.85

0.00

0.00

D

  Manufacturing

97.110300

1.39

-1.57

0.34

0.61

0.47

0.93

0.03

1.29

1.27

-0.04

0.43

1.12

-0.29

0.64

15   Manufacturing of food and Beverages 42.347064 0.17 -2.20 -0.17 2.29 -0.25 0.58 0.31 3.17 0.59 0.37 0.83 0.78 0.50 -0.03

16

  Manufacturing of Tobacco

0.993620

-0.34

0.25

0.04

-5.47

2.15

-0.55

-3.32

2.13

0.03

-0.27

0.59

-2.67

0.43

0.03

17

  Manufacture of textiles

1.303181

0.39

1.15

2.93

-2.92

0.48

0.40

1.28

-0.22

-0.23

2.12

1.21

0.27

-1.61

2.32

18

  Manufacturing of wearing Apparel

42.717308

2.72

-1.10

0.77

-0.72

1.15

1.28

-0.21

-0.73

2.04

-0.56

0.01

1.55

-1.08

1.32

19

  Tanning and Dressing of leather

1.159746

1.25

0.00

0.00

-0.53

0.15

3.11

0.17

8.00

0.89

2.23

0.14

2.28

-0.25

0.02

20

  Manufacture of Wood Production

1.092623

2.15

-1.89

0.10

0.82

0.03

0.02

0.02

-2.02

0.00

1.34

0.00

3.11

0.00

0.00

21

  Manufacture of Paper Products

0.197117 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.98 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00

22

  Publishing and Printing

0.127835 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00

24

  Manufacture of Chemical Products

0.503525

0.43

0.38

0.27

0.13

0.08

0.15

-0.31

-10.57

0.12

0.30

-0.04

0.60

1.04

0.00

25

  Manufacture of Plastic and Rubber Products

2.355821

1.69

-1.17

-0.13

-0.22

-1.95

-1.48

0.24

5.32

3.84

11.80

4.36

11.66

2.83

0.50

26

  Manufacture of Non-Metallic Mineral Products

1.748041

0.00

0.00

0.00

-0.07

-0.13

-0.02

0.00

-0.25

-0.12

-0.01

0.00

0.94

0.61

0.00

28

  Manufacture of Fabricated Metal Products

0.630071 -3.79 -0.44 -0.03 -2.61 5.86 -2.54 0.05 -2.03 1.44 0.10 -0.40 0.13 -0.01 -3.45

29

  Manufacture of Machinery and Equipment  N.E.C.

0.046478

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

36

  Manufacture of Furniture

1.887871

-0.09

-0.36

-0.04

1.55

-0.19

0.00

-0.18

0.87

-0.04

-0.19

-0.01

1.74

0.05

-0.18

E

  Electricity, Gas and Water Supply

1.221150

0.66

-0.11

0.15

6.91

0.01

-0.34

0.16

-0.40

0.00

-0.14

0.17

0.07

0.79

-0.15

40

  Electricity

1.043832

0.01

0.05

-0.01

8.02

0.01

-0.22

0.01

-0.46

0.00

0.01

0.02

0.08

0.91

0.00

41

  Water Supply

0.177314

4.68

-1.07

1.08

0.54

0.00

-1.07

1.08

0.00

0.00

-1.07

1.08

0.00

0.00

-1.07

 


INTERNATIONAL  ACCOUNTS AND TRADE 


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Table 24. Balance of Payments Summary , 2002 to Qtr2-2005

 Main Composition

2002 Q1-03 Q2-03 Q3-03 Q4-03 2003 Q1-04 Q2-04 Q3-04 Q4-04 2004 Q1-05 Q2-05

(US$ million)

 Current Account
  Goods  
   Exports f.o.b.

1,755.1

375.1

467.8

572.7

611.7

2,027.2

477.4

570.6

798.1

629.4

2,475.5

566.1

575.3

   Imports f.o.b.

-2,318.0

-502.8

-603.9

-707.6

-745.6

-2,559.9

-681.3

-772.9

-947.1

-792.0

-3,193.3

-846.4

-851.8

   Balance on Goods

-562.9

-127.8

-136.1

-134.9

-133.9

-532.7

-203.8

-202.3

-149.0

-162.6

-717.7

-280.4

-276.5

  Services  
   Credits

604.2

146.0

92.0

133.3

154.9

526.1

191.0

163.0

191.2

221.9

767.1

253.1

205.4

   Debits

-374.3

-84.8

-90.1

-102.7

-112.8

-390.4

-102.0

-114.0

-135.4

-118.0

-469.3

-126.2

-126.4

   Net Services

229.9

61.2

1.9

30.6

42.1

135.7

89.0

49.0

55.8

103.9

297.7

127.0

79.0

  Balance on Goods and Services

-333.0

-66.6

-134.2

-104.4

-91.9

-397.0

-114.8

-153.3

-93.2

-58.7

-420.0

-153.4

-197.5

  Income  
   Credits

50.6

11.1

11.0

10.7

10.8

43.7

11.1

11.4

12.3

13.8

48.6

15.0

16.2

   Debits

-227.6

-57.4

-65.9

-68.0

-58.9

-250.3

-59.8

-68.3

-84.6

-75.0

-287.8

-75.4

-72.3

   Net Income

-177.0

-46.3

-54.9

-57.3

-48.1

-206.6

-48.7

-56.9

-72.3

-61.3

-239.2

-60.3

-56.1

  Current Transfers  
   Credits

456.6

120.7

120.7

122.1

122.0

485.5

112.7

112.6

113.1

115.9

454.3

129.8

130.1

   Debits

-9.3

-2.6

-2.6

-2.6

-2.6

-10.3

-3.1

-3.1

-3.1

-3.1

-12.3

-3.6

-3.6

   Net Current Transfers

447.3

118.2

118.1

119.5

119.4

475.3

109.6

109.6

110.1

112.8

442.1

126.2

126.5

 Balance on Current Account

-62.8

5.4

-71.0

-42.2

-20.5

-128.4

-53.9

-100.6

-55.5

-7.1

-217.2

-87.5

-127.1

  Capital Account
  Capital Transfers  
   Credits

76.7

14.1

12.7

13.2

13.2

53.2

17.2

17.2

17.2

17.2

68.9

20.5

20.5

   Debits

-63.4

-13.3

-13.3

-13.3

-13.3

-53.3

-16.2

-16.2

-16.2

-16.2

-64.9

-22.2

-22.2

   Net capital transfers

13.3

0.8

-0.6

-0.1

-0.1

-0.1

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.0

3.9

-1.7

-1.7

 Net Non-produced, Non-financial assets  
 Balance on Capital Account

13.3

0.8

-0.6

-0.1

-0.1

-0.1

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.0

3.9

-1.7

-1.7

  Financial Account  
  Direct Investment

139.1

26.1

21.7

16.1

10.4

74.3

16.3

24.0

54.2

26.7

121.2

63.7

67.0

   Abroad

-6.0

-2.9

-2.1

-2.4

-2.4

-9.7

-2.1

-2.7

-2.7

-2.7

-10.2

2.6

-2.9

   In Cambodia

145.1

29.0

23.7

18.5

12.8

84.0

18.4

26.7

56.9

29.4

131.4

61.1

70.0

  Portfolio Investment

-7.5

-2.3

-1.7

-1.8

-1.9

-7.7

-2.0

-2.0

-2.0

-2.0

-8.0

-0.7

-2.1

   Assets

-7.5

-2.3

-1.7

-1.8

-1.9

-7.7

-2.0

-2.0

-2.0

-2.0

-8.0

-0.7

-2.1

   Liabilities

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

n.a

  Other Investment

137.8

-1.2

55.3

19.1

38.1

111.2

102.5

78.0

-18.1

56.9

219.3

92.8

10.7

   Assets

-116.3

129.8

-106.8

-131.1

-52.3

-160.5

150.5

-71.4

-213.1

158.4

24.3

16.6

-24.2

   Liabilities

254.1

-131.0

162.1

150.2

90.4

271.7

-48.0

149.5

195.0

-101.5

195.0

76.2

34.9

  Reserve Assets

-187.0

2.2

29.7

28.4

-101.8

-41.6

-47.9

-22.1

-6.8

-51.0

-127.8

-16.4

16.4

  Balance on Financial Account

82.4

24.7

104.9

61.8

-55.2

136.2

68.9

78.0

27.3

30.5

204.7

139.4

92.0

  Net Errors and Omissions

-32.8

-30.8

-33.3

-19.5

75.8

-7.8

-16.0

21.7

27.2

-24.4

8.5

-50.2

36.8

 


NATIONAL  ACCOUNTS


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Table 25. Gross Domestic Product  (GDP) and Per Capita GDP, 1993-2004

 

At Current Prices

1993r/ 1994r/ 1995r/ 1996r/ 1997r/ 1998r/ 1999r/ 2000r/ 2001r/ 2002r/ 2003r/ 2004p/

  GDP in billion Riels

6,793

7,092

8,438

9,191

10,129

11,719

13,408

14,089

14,860

15,994

17,311

19,630

    Growth Rate in Percent (%)

 

4.4%

19.0%

8.9%

10.2%

15.7%

14.4%

5.1%

5.5%

7.6%

8.2%

13.4%

  Per Capita GDP in '000 Riels

717

713

806

833

870

962

1,076

1,110

1,150

1,215

1,290

1,435

    Growth Rate in Percent (%)

 

-0.6%

13.1%

3.4%

4.5%

10.5%

11.9%

3.2%

3.6%

5.7%

6.2%

11.2%

  GDP in million US $

2,473

2,760

3,420

3,481

3,387

3,105

3,515

3,651

3,787

4,079

4,355

4,888

    Growth Rate in Percent (%)

 

11.6%

23.9%

1.8%

-2.7%

-8.3%

13.2%

3.9%

3.7%

7.7%

6.8%

12.2%

  Per Capita GDP in US $

261

277

327

316

291

255

282

288

293

310

325

357

    Growth Rate in Percent (%)

 

6.2%

17.8%

-3.4%

-7.8%

-12.4%

10.7%

2.0%

1.8%

5.7%

4.8%

10.1%

  Household Final Consumption

 

    Expenditure (HFCE)

6,713

6,571

7,812

8,749

8,932

10,887

11,732

12,211

12,351

12,820

13,220

14,922

  Per Capita HFCE in '000 Riels

709

660

746

793

767

893

941

962

956

974

986

1,091

  Monthly Per Capita HFCE in Riels

59,048

55,011

62,177

66,078

63,948

74,447

78,448

80,198

79,650

81,160

82,126

90,937


Population estimate (As of July, in million) (Estimated based on NIS population count and population projection)
 
 

  9.474 9.954 10.470 11.034 11.640 12.186 12.462 12.688 12.922 13.164 13.415 13.675


Official Exchange rate (Riels/US$)  (Average mid-point buying and selling rate) 
 

 

2,747

2,570

2,467

2,640

2,991

3,774

3,814

3,859

3,924

3,921

3,975

4,016

   r/ - revised estimates
  p/ - preliminary estimates