EuroCham Chairman Arnaud Darc discusses his vision for EuroCham with the Phnom Penh Post.
EuroCham, Cambodia’s largest foreign chamber of commerce, is under new stewardship. The Post’s Kali Kotoski sat down recently with incoming chairman Arnaud Darc to discuss his vision for business association and get his take on the Kingdom’s business climate.
As the newly elected chairman of EuroCham, what initiatives do you hope to achieve?
EuroCham is heavily funded by the European Union and we have funds of $3 million over a period of five years. So we have three years left of this funding and we have a clear objective to increase the development of European companies in Cambodia, and also to promote Cambodia to Europe and the region. Also, my mission is to make sure that EuroCham is fully self sustainable and can continue its objective. Basically, what I want to see is that Eurocham can stand on its own two feet and that it can represent its members with one voice to the government.
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