Over the last two decades, Cambodia’s GDP has grown an average 7.7 percent annually. But, when developing countries experience rapid growth, key segments of the population may be left behind. That gap is apparent on the Cambodian real estate market.
In towns and cities across Germany, rental prices are climbing steadily and real estate is becoming a hot commodity for international investors. Sumi Somaskanda and Nina Haase took a look at the situation in Berlin.
China's economy climbed 6.9 percent in the first quarter of 2017, the fastest growth in more than two years. Strong government spending and a property boom were credited for the positive result.
DW Debate at the World Economic Forum on ASEAN in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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