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Thais remove cassava, maize import rules

In order to boost the Kingdom’s trade performance and improve the quality of lives of farmers along the Thai-Cambodian border, Thailand has agreed to remove import restrictions on Cambodian cassava and maize.

Speaking to reporters after the fourth meeting of the Joint Trade Committee between Cambodia and Thailand on Monday, Cambodian Commerce Minister Cham Prasidh said the committee aims to develop greater economic relations and bilateral trade between the two countries, targeting a 30 per cent increase of trade activity per annum.



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