I recently noticed this company from various advertisements in knife magazines and websites: Citadel.
This is what CAS Iberia, one of those who imports them says:
"Citadel's High End Knives and Swords are hand-made by master artisans in Cambodia. They combine modern materials with old school hand craftsmanship and traditional techniques to make a superior blade. "
They appear to make both fixed and folders from hand-forged carbon and stainless steel. What surprised me in a positive way is that they use N690 Stainless Steel from Bohler, in addition to the carbon steel alloys. That is rare for a company that makes hand-made knives. They also use natural handle materials like horn and bone.
http://casiberia.com/category/citadel-w ... ords/c1400
Svord of New Zealand which has been discussed on the forum before makes great quality friction folders using plastic and other handle materials, and, Swedish carbon and stainless steel.