Cambodia exported $8.2417 billion in clothes between January and September of this year, a $843.4 million or 11.4 percent increase over the same period previous year, according to the general department of customs duties. The Royal Academy of Cambodia’s director of international economics, Hong Vanak, called this a “very good reflection” of government policies.
The increase occurred despite the February 20 community breakout of COVID-19 and the subsequent lockdowns.
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