Traveling on a Cambodian passport

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Re: Traveling on a Cambodian passport

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Sidewalker wrote: Sun Nov 11, 2018 1:32 pm You pay also less tax on your saving interest, a Cambodian pays 4%, a foreigner pays 14%.
But when you are a frequent traveller, it can be a dis-advance, with a Cambodian passport you must apply in many country's for a visa. See:https://www.passportindex.org/byRank.php
Actually a resident foreigner or not, place 4%. anyone without a longterm visa pays more. Ithinkits 12% not 14% but rate of tax depends on whether its a bank account, instant access account or term deposit.
You just use your own passport to land anywher and your cambodian one to take off so you get the refund at the airport
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