Phnom Penh: The Ministry of Industry says that 77 new factories are in operationEstablished in Cambodia in the first quarter of 2020.

Speaking at a press conference on the progress and ongoing direction of the Ministry of Industry, Science, Technology and Innovation this morning, 23 April In the first quarter of the year, Secretary of State Heng Sok Kong, spokesman for the Ministry of Industry, Science, Technology and Innovation, said. By 2020, 77 new investment projects will be approved and approved by the Royal Government in seven provinces and cities. 7 Although Cambodia is facing the Covid-19 pandemic.

The project will provide approximately 27,909 jobs while six factories have been closed.

Of the 77 factories that are authorized to operate, Mr. Sok Kong said, 74 were approved by the Ministry of Industry, Industry, Technology and Technology. With 01 Capital Hall and 2 Replacement Factories.

“We saw 77 factories proposed to set up, and are proud of, one of the stages in our country. And across the world are experiencing the disease 19. In some countries, some countries lack the raw materials for use in these factories, which have shut down all factories. But our country is different in that the government allows all factories to operate normally, all workers on New Year's Day also do this as a special feature Cambodia. ”

“Firstly, Cambodia has prevented the spread of the disease to the second community. Most of us, Cambodia has a special friendship, a good brotherhood, and a great partnership with China when we meet in Cambodia. Particularly difficult is the lack of Chinese raw materials that make Cambodia the first country in the world The raw material for Cambodia, though not enough, but these steps ensure the sustainability of our manufacturing chain. Cambodia, some of our factories, see some countries do not have the raw materials, but our country can guarantee the raw materials for running the factory Th Missile.

As of the beginning of the second quarter of 2020, there were 1,801 factories under the control of the Ministry of Industry, Science, Technology and Innovation. Job opportunities offered to 1,063,031 workers by: Samphos