The annual statutory pay holiday is 28 days, and the largest number of holidays in the world is it.

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 The annual statutory pay holiday is 28 days, and the largest number of holidays in the world is it.


Data map: Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Kampuchea. Hong Jianpeng, a journalist from China China News Agency According to the German news channel website May 1st, people in Kampuchea may sympathize with the Germans at least on the days of statutory holidays. Whether Berlin and Hamburg have 9 days of legal holidays all year, 11 days in North and LP, or 14 days in Bavaria, it seems to be a reason to laugh at Kampuchea. Because Kampuchea has 28 days of statutory paid holidays, almost a month. It also made the country the world record holder for holidays. Only Sri Lanka (25 days) and India and Kazakhstan (21 days each) are not much different from each other. Not long ago, Kampuchea reported another holiday increase: in May 20th this year, more than 15 million Kampuchea people did not have to work for the first time. The new national mourning day aims to mourn the millions of civilians slaughtered under the Khmer Rouge in the late 70s. At the end of 7, Kampuchea will meet the election again. For voters, a days legal holiday is natural. However, Kampuchea has enough legal holidays related to history, system, Buddhism and royalty. 97% of Kampucheas people believe in Buddhism, so there are more religious festivals. Although king Norodom Sihamoni did not participate in politics, he was highly respected. His birthday, the birthday of the queen mother, the anniversary of the old king and the coronation day of the king are all legal holidays in Kampuchea. In addition, there are festivals commemorating independence from the French colonial rule, ending the Khmer Rouge rule, Promulgating the Constitution and signing the Paris peace agreement. And Labor Day, Match 8 Womens Day, Childrens Day and human rights day (December 10th) is a statutory holiday. It is reported that people in Kampuchea are fully enjoying their holidays. Many people use their holidays to visit their relatives or friends in the distance or go to the seaside for a holiday. At this time, the Phnom Penh in the capital will be much quieter than usual. People in Kampuchea also like to extend the holiday. In the middle of April, the traditional Kampuchea new year has 3 consecutive days of vacation, but in fact, people celebrate almost two weeks, during which almost everything stops. Although there are many exciting holidays, there are still some people who feel bad about it, mainly business people. Sardin, who runs a silk store in Phnom Penh, said: too many holidays seriously affect business. I even dont open 20 days in some months, but I have to pay the whole month rent and give the workers a full salary. Experts believe that too many holidays mean that they will be disadvantaged in the international competition of investment location, especially for the textile industry. Investors are worried, said Zhu, a senior partner from emerging market consulting firm. The production efficiency of Kampucheas textile industry is lower than that of the same country. In terms of trend, holidays do lead to higher wage costs and lower profits. Kampucheas current per capita GDP is US $1078 (about 6854 yuan - Ben net note), ranking 131st in the world. Of course, there are many other reasons. In addition, the average monthly salary of Phnom Penh is only about 280 euros (about 2137 yuan - Ben net note), and the average wage level in other areas is obviously lower. The average annual salary of Kampucheas ordinary workers or civil servants is only 18 days. At this point, the Germans will probably sympathize with the Kampuchea people. The source of this article: Reference News Editor: Xun Jianguo _NN7379 Experts believe that too many holidays mean that they will be disadvantaged in the international competition of investment location, especially for the textile industry. Investors are worried, said Zhu, a senior partner from emerging market consulting firm. The production efficiency of Kampucheas textile industry is lower than that of the same country. In terms of trend, holidays do lead to higher wage costs and lower profits. Kampucheas current per capita GDP is US $1078 (about 6854 yuan - Ben net note), ranking 131st in the world. Of course, there are many other reasons. In addition, the average monthly salary of Phnom Penh is only about 280 euros (about 2137 yuan - Ben net note), and the average wage level in other areas is obviously lower. The average annual salary of Kampucheas ordinary workers or civil servants is only 18 days. At this point, the Germans will probably sympathize with the Kampuchea people.