September 30th, 2011
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Social entrepreneurship has taken off in Cambodia where those looking to bring social change to the country are increasingly finding such rewards in the path to profits.

A boutique in Phnom Penh trains HIV-positive women to hand-craft fashion, while an organic rice farm has improved the yield and livelihood of the farmer. Both ventures illustrate that the key to a better Cambodia comes from embracing a more enlightened market-based model.

Filed under: BusinessOutlook Cambodia

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