Cambodian authorities' plans to raise tourism standards across the Kingdom have been met with approval by agents in the country.
Tourism minister Thong Khon announced that the Ministry of Tourism (MoT) will unveil a seven-step plan in the coming months as part of the country's strategy to attract seven million visitors by 2020.
While full details of the proposal are yet to be released, it will focus on improving the quality of tourism services and strengthen the management of industry standards within the tourism sector, especially MICE.
It will also look at the professional management of business licenses and strengthening revenue collection.
The shake-up will also see all non-licensed businesses shut down by 2018.
Full story at TTG Asia.
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