On Japan National Day, JT International (Cambodia) Co., Ltd ( “JTI Cambodia”) stands out as a prime example of Japanese corporate excellence in the Kingdom.

As a member of Japan’s prestigious JT Group of Companies, JTI Cambodia has garnered recognition for its ethical business practices and significant economic contributions.

Acknowledged with Gold Tax Compliance for 2022 and 2023 by the Cambodian government and hailed as one of Largest Taxpayers in 2022 by then Prime Minister Hun Sen, JTI Cambodia sets high standards in tax compliance and makes a significant contribution to the Kingdom’s fiscal policy.

JTI Cambodia’s strong commitment to employee wellbeing is also an evident through four consecutive certifications as a Top Employer in the Kingdom – offering competitive benefits and progressive initiatives, like the New Ways of Working (NWOW) model that accommodates workplace flexibility.

Gender equality and family support are reflected in its progressive global family leave policy that provides five months of parental leave with full base salary for all employees of all genders.

Beyond business, JTI Cambodia engages in meaningful CSR initiatives focusing on environmental conservation, diversity, equity & inclusion, and community resilience.

From reducing its global carbon footprint to implementing local projects like mangrove reforestation in Kampot province, JTI demonstrates a commitment to environmental sustainability. Under 2023 “Community Light-Up” project, the Company installed 1,200 solar streetlights on local public roads in Kampong Cham, Ratanakiri, Prey Veng, Koh Kong, Kampong Speu, and Battambang.

Collaborating with non-profit organizations, JTI drives projects to enhance community resilience and sustainable development, exemplifying Japanese values of integrity and social responsibility.

The Company partnered with Wildlife Alliance to install 8 solar water pumps in protected areas of Cardamom Mountain, Koh Kong, and collaborated with Planet Water Foundation to install 4 aqua towers in Kampong Cham, Preah Sihanouk, and Siem Reap, benefiting more than 31,000 people in these locations.

On this Japan National Day celebration, JTI Cambodia reaffirms its devotion to contributing to Cambodia’s socio-economic progress while upholding Japanese principles of integrity and mutual prosperity.

For more information about JTI Cambodia and its initiatives, visit www.jti.com and  www.facebook.com/JTICambodia