Following two years of heated election campaigns and post-electoral rifts, 2005 marked a period of reconciliation and ““optimistic imperative”” for Cambodia. The economy continued to center on two main sectors, textiles and tourism; the removal of worldwide textile quotas had no impact on the Cambodian industry. The country's foreign policy remained focused on establishing ““friendly borders”” and firmly integrating the nation into the ASEAN family.

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