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Q: What does Cambodia is particularly exposed to a slowdown in China given their extensive economic linkages. mean?
A: This means that Cambodia's economy will be negatively affected if China's economy does poorly because Cambodia's economy is connected to China's economy.

To explain the meaning behind this, "exposed" means "vulnerable" or "weak" in a sense. So the first part is saying that Cambodia is vulnerable or weak to a slowdown in China. Since the sentence is discussing the economy, it can be inferred that slowdown refers to Chinas economy. Therefore we know that Cambodia is vulnerable or weak to a slowdown in China's economy. The last part of the sentence uses the word "linkages" to tell how Cambodia's economy is connected to China's economy. If we put all of these parts together we can determine that the sentence is saying that Cambodia's economy will be negatively affected if China's economy does poorly because Cambodia's economy is connected to China's economy.
Q: What does Cambodia has strong fiscal buffers to counter disruptions to trade and growth arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. mean?
A: In essence, Cambodia has extra money to withstand the impact caused by COVID 19.

Translations of "Cambodia"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how you say how are you in Cambodia?
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? you live in Cambodia
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Cambodia
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I live in Cambodia ,and about you?
A: I live in Cambodia. Where do you live?

Other questions about "Cambodia"

Q: When I visited Cambodia when I was 26. Unfortunately, there were civil war. The local immigration office didn’t issue any visas even for tourists. does this sound natural?
A: × When I visited Cambodia when I was 26.
✓ When I visited Cambodia when I was 26,

× Unfortunately, there were civil war.
✓ there was a civil war, unfortunately.

× The local immigration office didn’t issue any visas even for tourists.
✓ Furthermore, the local immigration office didn’t issue any visas, even for tourists.

Q: ​‎Siem Reap, Cambodia
There were a bunch of beautiful world of nature heritages. does this sound natural?
A: ​‎Siem Reap, Cambodia
There were beautiful worlds of nature heritages.(Why is the"​‎Siem Reap, Cambodia" part there?)
Q: I am wondering whether I should travel to Cambodia on this holiday. The thing makes me want to come back there are foods. I love its toasted food, such as chicken, duck, frog, quail, just name a few. The thing makes me hesitate is money. It may cost a lot for this holiday while I am in the saving situation.
does this sound natural?
A: I am wondering whether I should travel to Cambodia (DELETE THE WORD "on") this holiday. The thing (THAT) makes me want to (GO) back there (IS) (THE) (FOOD). I love (THE) toasted food (THERE), such as chicken, duck, frog, (AND) quail, just (TO) name a few. The thing (THAT) makes me hesitate is money. It may cost a lot (DELETE "for this holiday") (AND I'M TRYING TO SAVE MONEY RIGHT NOW).




I am wondering whether I should travel to Cambodia this holiday. The thing makes me want to go back there is the food. I love the toasted food there, such as chicken, duck, frog, and quail, just to name a few. The thing that makes me hesitate is money. It may cost a lot and I'm trying to save money right now.
Q: we decided that we go to Cambodia from Thailand by land. does this sound natural?
A: Maybe a little like this statement.....

"From thailand, we have decided to go to Cambodia by land."

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