Cambodia: Certain business registrations require an accredited representative
All investors or business owners of any entity type can self-register their business via an online system.
All investors or business owners of any entity type can self-register their business.
The Ministry of Commerce in July 2021 issued an announcement that all investors or business owners of any entity type can self-register their business via an online system.
The announcement further states that if investors or business owners seek to register their business as a partnership or limited liability company by using a representative, then that representative must be an agent accredited by the Ministry of Commerce.
Read an August 2021 report [PDF 121 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Cambodia
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