Tuk Tuk and Moto Taxi – The Informal Sector of Cambodia

Literature Review
On
The Decent Work in the Informal
Economy in Cambodia

by Economic Institute of Cambodia

Informal Economy contribution to GDP: 70% in
1998, 64% in 2000, 62% in 2003

Factors of proliferation of IE
• Lack of transparency,
excess bureaucracy: time
and cost of doing
business
• Inadequate economic
growth and the surplus
of labor force
• Increase of vulnerable
workers due to mass
poverty

Informal workers possess no voice, so their
interests have been ignored by policy makers.

Cambodia National Rescue Party – a day with tuk tuk and moto taxi drivers

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