Discusses the distribution network within the country from how products enter to final destination, including reliability and condition of distribution mechanisms, major distribution centers, ports, etc.

Cambodia places minimal restrictions on foreign participation in the import/export and distribution sectors.  Cambodias retail landscape is undergoing rapid transformation.  In addition to stalls and shops at traditional markets, goods are increasingly sold at small-scale Western-style shopping malls, convenience stores, and supermarkets that cater mostly to wealthy Cambodians, the urban middle class, and expatriates.  Importers can apply for exclusive rights to import brand-name products from the Ministry of Commerce.  Foreign investments in modern shopping malls include Aeon Mall, a Japanese venture that opened mid-2014, and Aeon Mall 2 which opened in May 2018. The total number of retail malls is expected to increase from 10 to 27 by the end of 2019.

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