Cambodia’s export to RCEP nations up 5% YoY to $5.6 bn in Jan-Nov 2022

Cambodia exported goods worth $5.671 billion to members of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) in the first eleven months last year—a year on year (YoY) rise of 5 per cent, according to data from the ministry of commerce. The country’s export to members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) amounted to $2,921 million—a YoY increase of 10 per cent.

The country’s top three export RCEP destinations were China, Vietnam and Japan with shipped products worth $1,109 million, $1,894 million and $1,069 million respectively.

China ranks top among the sources for imported goods with a total of $9,470 million, followed by Vietnam, Thailand and Singapore with $3,617 million, $3,542 million and $3,169 million respectively, Cambodian media outlets reported.

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