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Exports down

Cambodia’s exports to Indonesia declined 36.4 percent to US $334,981 during the first two months of 2010 compared with the same period last year, according to figures obtained from the Indonesian embassy. The drop was Indonesia out-competing the Kingdom’s agricultural goods through the use of high technology in producing foodstuffs, said a senior Cambodian official who asked to remain anonymous. “We cannot compete in some agricultural products, but there are opportunities to export milled and unmilled rice.”

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