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Friday, 21 October 2011

Cambodia’s Exports Reach Over US$3.5 Billion

AKP Phnom Penh, October 21, 2011 –Cambodia’s exports have seen a remarkable increase in the first nine months of 2011, according to the figures released on Oct. 19 by the Ministry of Commerce.

Total exports rose to over US$3.5 billion from January to September 2011, an increase of more than US$ 1 billion if compared to the same period last year.

Cambodia’s main exports include agricultural products and garment.

By OU Sokha


Anonymous said...

Yes, one million man and woman have been exported to Thailand and Malaysia to be maids and slaves for peanut salary and abused.
Cambodia is heading to become a disappearing nation.Viet move in Khmer move out.

Majority of Cambodian population live under 2-3 dollars a day.

True Khmer

Anonymous said...

Let' not get paranoid and become over pessimistic to the point of hopeless about the current state of Cambodia. It's true that Youn-sellout Dictator Hun Sen is a power hungry tiger. We should really ask ourselves one question. Is Cambodia moving backward or forward as a whole? I think Cambodia is moving forward at a cautious pace. Economically, it is moving at a faster pace than the democratic political process. Rights and freedoms has many frictions as they move forward. Cambodia isn't 5, 10, or 15 years ago. When looking at 5,10, or 15 years from now, Cambodia will only get better, not worse. I doubt if Dictator Hun Sen really rule Cambodia until he's 90 yrs old as he claimed because I doubt he will live that long, no pun intended. In any case, the next leader of Cambodia will carry on that torch of progress and take Cambodia to the level of her ASEAN regional neighbors. Cambodia comes too far to go back to the point of disappearing. If any disappearance of Cambodia, it would have been since 1979 when Youn invaded and occupied Cambodia.