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Cambodia set to boost trade links via FTAs

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21 November 2022
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Note: This article was originally published in Khmer Times. ERIA was mentioned.

Cambodia has identified free trade agreements (FTAs) as a way forward to enhance its trade competitiveness and market potential for its various products across the world. The country has been actively engaged in forging bilateral and multilateral FTAs with a view to accessing wider markets across the world. Cambodia’s entry into the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) and its free trade agreements with China and South Korea are expected to further enhance its trade potential in the international arena.

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