Cambodian Federation of Employers and Business Associations (CAMFEBA)
The Cambodian Federation of Employers and Business Associations (CAMFEBA), established on 13 June 2000, is an autonomous and independent Federation of Employers and Business Associations recognized and registered with the Ministry of Social Affairs, Labor, Vocational Training and Youth Rehabilitations of Cambodia. Having been established due to the increasing need for the private sector to stand together with a unified voice, CAMFEBA has become the single federation representing, promoting and safeguarding the rights and interests of employers in Cambodia. CAMFEBA provides a forum for consultation and discussion among members on matters of common interest, and seeks for the adoption of sound principles and practices of human resource and industrial relations through information, legal advice, research, training and other activities.

As of October 31, 2014, CAMFEBA is collectively representing over 2,000 employers, both unionized and non-unionized, comprising of 11 Business Associations as Association members, 227 individual companies as ordinary members and 26 non-profit organizations as Associate members.

CAMFEBA is recognized nationally, regionally and internationally as the sole employers’ representative in Cambodia. It works closely with the ILO and is the sole employers’ representative from Cambodia to the International Labor Conference held in Geneva, every year. CAMFEBA is also a member of the International Organization of Employers (IOE), the ASEAN Confederation of Employers (ACE) and the Confederation of Asia-Pacific Employers (CAPE).

No. 44A, Street 320
Sangkat Boeung Keng Kang III
Khan Chamkar Morn
Phnom Penh
Tel: (855) 23 222 186, 023 219 279
Fax: (855) 23 222 185

Cambodia Chember of Commerce
In Cambodia, Chamber of Commerce is established under the Law on Chamber of Commerce promulgated in 1995 and its relevant amendment and regulations of the Kingdom of Cambodia. By nature, Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary membership-based and is a not-for-profit institution representing private sector interests in commercial, industrial, service and craft and agricultural sectors and dedicates to the economic well-being of their territory and of the country as a whole. Large, medium and small legal businesses from virtually every profession across the nation could join the chamber of commerce. The Chamber of Commerce work to make their voice heard and contribute to the efficiency of the government, thus, making business environment friendlier to businesses.

There are 12 municipal/provincial chambers of commerce representing their member businesses in their respective territory. The growing number of local chambers of commerce, from just one which is the Phnom Penh Chamber of Commerce by the end of 2004, represents the increase of economic and business activities in the country which recorded one of the highest growths among developing economies in the world. Local Chambers of Commerce forms up a Cambodia Chamber of Commerce which has a nation-wide jurisdiction and constituency.

Building No.7D
Russian Blvd
Sangkat Tek Laok 1
Khan Toul Kok
Phnom Penh
Tel: +(855) 23 880 795
Fax: +(855) 23 881 757