Shanghai, China – Cambodian products garnered significant attention at the 6th China International Import Expo (CIIE), held in Shanghai from November 5 to 10. The expo provided a platform for showcasing Cambodia’s diverse range of potential products to a global audience, including both Chinese and international visitors.
According to Agence Kampuchea Presse, the Cambodian pavilion drew significant interest over the six-day expo, attracting a total of 32,980 visitors. These visitors expressed keen interest in a range of areas, notably in the trade of rice, cashew nuts, and pepper. Additionally, there was considerable attention towards Cambodia’s tourism sector and real estate investment opportunities.
During the event, the Ministry of Commerce of Cambodia established a 136-square-metre national pavilion. This space featured a variety of Cambodian products, including rice, cashew nuts, pepper, honey, coffee, palm sugar, beverages, souvenirs, and promotional videos. These exhibits not only highlighted Cambodia’s agricultural and product offerings but also aimed to promote the country’s investment environment, economy, trade, tourism, and cultural heritage.
The high level of interest at the CIIE reflects the growing global recognition of Cambodia’s products and investment potential, furthering the country’s economic ties and trade prospects on the international stage.