Cambodia: Certain relief for tourism, garment sectors and educational institutions (COVID-19)
Cambodia: Certain relief for tourism, garment sectors
Authorities in Cambodia have released guidance items to provide certain relief in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The relief provided is available for the following sectors.
- Tourism sector – Instruction No. 011 was released as guidance for the owners of hotels, guesthouses and restaurants, and for travel agents affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. In general, relief is available with respect to rental fees, employment contracts, social security contributions and health care contributions, and seniority payments.
- Garment and tourism sector – Instruction No. 045/20 addresses the suspension of employment contracts and the social security contributions for factories, enterprises or establishments in the garment and tourism sectors. Relief is available for both owners and employees.
- Educational institutions – Letter No. 609/20 allows certain educational institutions to suspend social security contributions for a period of six months from April 2020 and until September 2020 (unless the educational institutions are required to reopen before September 2020).
Read a May 2020 report [PDF 378 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Cambodia
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