Market update on Cambodia

A summary of the discussion from the Cambodia roundtable, and the tale of 1,000 orphaned towers

Read this article to learn:

  • On the ground conditions in Cambodia including grid and environmental risks
  • The regulatory conditions for foreign investors in Cambodia
  • Comparing the cost of tower rentals in urban and rural areas
  • What happens to towers that are left idle due to bankruptcy?

The 2015 TowerXchange Meetup Asia featured a host of insightful panels and roundtables providing in-depth insights into tower markets across the region. We took the opportunity to sit in on the Cambodia roundtable, led by Phillip Wong, Managing Director of edotco to find out more detail on a Cambodian market that we have recently started…

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