January 25, 2022

Cambodia’s Exports Up 22 Percent in First Eleven Months of 2021

Cambodia’s export volume (except gold) increased by 22.6 percent to US$ 15,613 million in the first eleven months of 2021, according the Ministry of Economy and Finance.
The increase of exports from January to November 2021 was mainly driven by the rise in exports of textiles, bicycles and other goods.
Other main exported items included furniture, fur skins, rubber, electrical cables and components, electronic devices, and vegetables and fruits.
At the same time, the Kingdom imported US$20.4 billion worth of products (except gold), a year-on-year increase of 23.3 percent.
Cambodia imported mostly raw materials, construction materials, petroleum, and so on.

Source: Agency Kampuchea Press

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