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Thai trade grows on increasing imports

Thai trade grows on increasing imports

Trade between Cambodia and Thailand reached $2.9 billion in the first half the year, a 10 percent increase compared to the same period in 2016, according to statistics from the Thai Embassy in Cambodia.

The data showed Cambodia exported goods worth $453 million to Thailand in the first six months of the year, a 20 percent year-on-year decrease.

Meanwhile, imports from Thailand reached $2.47 billion during the first half of the year, up 18 percent from $2.09 billion one year earlier.

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