Cambodia: Rules for establishing, operating rubber processing facilities
Cambodia: Establishing rubber processing facilities
Guidance (Prakas No. 040 (19 January 2021)) sets forth procedures for establishing and operating rubber and rubber tree processing factories and handicraft facilities.
The goal of the guidance is to maintain management efficiency in factories and handicraft organizations as well as to improve the quality of rubber and rubber trees. In general, the guidance addresses various administrative requirements such as registration and licensing rules. There are some tax implications (for example, a requirement to obtain a patent tax certificate).
Read a February 2021 report [PDF 157 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Cambodia
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