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Commerce Minister Cham Prasidh yesterday signed an agreement with Indonasia’s Trade Minister Gita Wirawan to export 100,000 tons of milled rice to Indonasia every year, officials said.

although details- such as when the export will begin and where the rice will be sourced- have yet to be negotiated, the deal is considered an important, the deal is considered an important step toward reaching the government’s target of exporting 1 million tons of milled rice by 2015, said Thon Virak, general director of Green Trade Co,.a state-owned rice exporter.

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Publisher: Bonna group

Language: Khmer, English

Classification: Properties and invesments

Country: Cambodia

This magazine is published by Bonna Group through E-mail marketing and now it’s available here as an E-magazine (you can either download or read Online).

This magazine is free you can download from website or get hard copy from real estate agency bona group, from restaurants, cafe and coffee shop in Cambodia.

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Click on the magazine to read or download

Publisher: Bonna group

Language: Khmer, English

Classification: Properties and invesments

Country: Cambodia

This magazine is published by Bonna Group through E-mail marketing and now it’s available here as an E-magazine (you can either download or read Online).

This magazine is free you can download from website or get hard copy from real estate agency bona group, from restaurants, cafe and coffee shop in Cambodia.

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National emblem of the People's Republic of China

People's Republic of China

China and Cambodia on Thursday inked 6.4-billion-U.S. dollars deals ranging from infrastructure construction to energy exploration.

A total of 16 deals were signed after the hour-long talks between top Chinese legislator Wu Bangguo and Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen late Thursday afternoon.

The package of deals covered such key areas of bilateral cooperation as infrastructure construction, water resources development, telecommunication technology and energy exploration among others.

In earlier talks, Wu, chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress (NPC), the country’s top legislature, reviewed the smooth growth of China-Cambodia ties since the two countries forged diplomatic ties in 1958.

“Particularly in recent years, bilateral relations have developed rapidly,” Wu said, highlighting strong trust, sincere cooperation and mutual support.

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Nov. 1 (Bloomberg) — Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urged Cambodians to pursue a variety of partnerships throughout the Asia-Pacific region and not become over-reliant on China.

“You don’t want to get too dependent on any one country,” Clinton said in response to a question about China’s influence during a meeting in Phnom Penh today with Cambodian youth. “You want to look for partnerships that cut across regional geographic lines.”

Clinton’s Cambodia visit is part of the Obama administration’s drive in Asia to affirm U.S. leadership and provide a counterpoint to China’s rising clout. Both China and the U.S. are working to extend their influence in Cambodia, said Ernest Bower, director of the Southeast Asia program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, a policy group in Washington.

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Cambodia's rice field

MANILA, Philippines – Cambodia has offered to sell at least 100,000 tonnes of rice annually to Manila as it faces a supply surplus, but no deal has been reached yet, the head of the Philippines state grain agency said on Friday.

Angelito Banayo told Reuters Cambodia has a surplus of 1 to 1.2 million tonnes of paddy rice which it can sell to other countries.

He said the Philippines, the world’s biggest rice buyer, was open to possibly purchasing the grain from its Southeast Asian neighbour.

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