Prime Minister Hun Sen’s official state visit to India this week gives credible optimism for a bolstered trade relationship between the two countries.
Construction of a model market on the Cambodia-Vietnam border will help the countries attain $5 million in bilateral trade.
Cambodia has asked Singapore to consider importing agricultural products such as rice, pepper and mangoes, and to welcome more migrant workers from Cambodia.
Cambodia and Bangladesh will sign two new memorandums of understandings aimed at boosting trade between the two nations.
The Ministry of Commerce will join with the Thai Embassy in Cambodia to build a favourable business and investment climate.
Cambodia and Thailand agree to seek more strategies to boost bilateral trade, cross border development and investment.
South Korea’s investment in Asean increased from $0.53 billion in 2000 to $5.1 billion, while its official development assistance to Asean rose to $418.9 million in 2016.