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In Brief: First India trade forum

In Brief: First India trade forum

CAMBODIA’S exports to India were worth just US$2.87 million in 2008, while India made $53.45 million in return trade, Minister of Commerce Cham Prasidh said at the opening of the first India-Cambodia trade and investment business forum Wednesday. “The amount is still small,” he said, adding that bilateral trade had the potential to grow tenfold. India’s main exports to Cambodia were pharmaceuticals and fine chemicals, cotton, staple fibres, rubber products, precious stones and machinery, said Manju K Prakash, assistant secretary general of Federation of India Chambers of Commerce and Industry, which organised the event.

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