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E-Commerce Good Practice Guides

tradeworthlyCambodia’s digital economy, in particular the e-commerce segment, has experienced rapid growth within the past decade. Internet access, affordability, and uptake have ramped up significantly, and the consumer base is becoming increasingly sophisticated in terms of absorbing social media, local content, and increasingly smart- phone based value-added services.

Tradeworthy – the recipient of a grant from Australia’s inaugural E-commerce Aid for Trade, in partnership with Auscham, have produced Good Practice Guides, to assist with the acceleration of e-commerce adoption in Cambodia.

The guides layout the e-commerce law and strategies;by categorizes provide step-by-step guidance for SMEs looking to move their business on-line.

To download in English:

To download in Khmer:


Members Feed-Back Survey

We kindly ask you to take a few minutes to complete an on-line members’ feed-back survey. The results of the survey will assist the committee in gathering important data and ideas as to how we can build stronger links and relationships with our members. We will collate this information and make available the results. We hope to get some useful feedback and ideas from you.  Thank you in advance. Auscham Cambodia’s four Strategic Priorities are:
  1.  Focus on the Members and Their Needs – We are here for our businesses and for our members. This is the sole reason why we exist. We are here to serve you and to stand with you.
  2. Help Build Relationships and Connect – As a Chamber, our purpose is built upon people. We are here to help you develop your network, social and business, and enhance relationships.  Strong relationships not only help business, they help our community thrive.
  3. Be a Community – Our Chamber strives to achieve a sense of community for all our members. We will do whatever we can to foster that feeling of belonging and inclusiveness
  4. Provide Education & Insights – supporting Australians living, working and doing business in Cambodia, along with Cambodian businesses with an Australian connection.We will provide timely programs focused on topics that you as a community member or business owner need to know.
To complete the survey please click on the following link:

Impact of Covid-19 on Australian Business in ASEAN

Recording of Webinar: Impact of Covid-19 on Australian Business in ASEAN
Australia and ASEAN are experiencing lower global demand for goods and services as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic. Projections for economic activity and trade volumes remain uncertain for Australian businesses operating in the ASEAN region. In response to that, the AustCham ASEAN and the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA), with support from Australia, will host a public roundtable to discuss the challenges and strategies of Australian Businesses operating in the ASEAN region.
Welcome remarks:
  • Koji Hachiyama, COO, ERIA
Keynote speech:
  • Will Nankervis, Ambassador-Designate, Australian Mission to ASEAN
  • Chau Ta, President, AustCham ASEAN
  • John Ackerman, Founding Director of PT Mitra Asia Lestari
  • Intan Murnira Ramli, Policy Fellow, ERIA
To view details of this virtual presentation, please click on the following link
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