Cambodia Outlook Conference 2023: Charting A Path Towards Resilient, Sustainable, And Inclusive Prosperity


The Cambodia Development Resource Institute (CDRI) will be organising the Cambodia Outlook Conference 2023. This platform aims to discuss ongoing progress from studies and evaluate policy options for Cambodia’s vision for 2030 and 2050.

Cambodia Outlook Conference 2023: Charting A Path Towards Resilient, Sustainable, And Inclusive Prosperity
Cambodia Outlook Conference 2023.

The event is scheduled to take place on 23 November 2023 in Phnom Penh and will bring together more than 500 leaders, including Cambodian government officials, academics, development partners, and global economic experts, to discuss Cambodia’s most pressing challenges.

The Cambodia Outlook Conference will feature a high-level opening keynote address by the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia, Hun Manet, setting the stage for a full day of panel discussions and audience participation.

The conference was also conducted in 2022 and was presided over by former Prime Minister Hun Sen, with a theme of ‘Revitalising Cambodia: Sustaining Development After COVID-19’.

The panel discussions for Cambodia Outlook Conference 2023 will delve into the following topics:

  • Cambodia’s Economic Prospects
  • Sustainable Development Priorities
  • Potential To Learn and Grow Along Its Development Path

You can find the full schedule and list of first speakers here.

The conference will conclude with a closing address by the Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister of Economy and Finance, HE Dr. Aun Pornmoniroth, who will provide a reflection on the day’s key policy insights and offer closing remarks.

The CDRI said that it is committed to bringing together the most dynamic and influential leaders to overcome the challenges the nation faces in realising it’s Vision 2030 and 2050 ambitions tied to Cambodia’s long-term development goals.

This 2023 conference is supported by Australia’s flagship economic development programme, the Cambodia Australia Partnership for Resilient Economic Development (CAPRED), the Embassy of Sweden Section Office in Phnom Penh, the AEM-METI Economic and Industrial Cooperation Committee, the International Development Research Centre (Canada), and the GGEAR GROUP.

This article was adapted from the Cambodia Outlook Conference press release.

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