Korean largest commercial association visits Cambodia to explore agricultural cooperation and investment

: Minister of Agriculture Dith Tina met with the Korea International Trade Association (KITA) to discuss the possibility of exporting more Cambodian agricultural products to South Korea, promoting Cambodian products that South Korea can import, and exploring Korean investment opportunities to improve the quality and quantity of Cambodian agricultural products.

The September 13 meeting also provided an opportunity to discuss future cooperation between the two countries on food security, including food processing, as food security is a global issue.

Cambodian Ambassador to South Korea Chreung Botum Rainsy, accompanied by commercial attaché Khat Chen, led a KITA delegation led by Vice President Marn Ki-jeong on a mission to Cambodia to explore trade and investment opportunities between the two countries.

During the September 12-13 visit, the delegation visited Sihanoukville and met with Minister Tina to discuss agricultural cooperation.

KITA organized a business forum in May 2023 with about 100 companies to explore investment opportunities in Cambodia and trade between the two countries. Following the forum, Ambassador Rainsy and Vice President Ki-jeong met again to discuss Cambodia's potential and the importance of visiting Minister Tina.

KITA was founded in 1946 to promote South Korea's through trade. With over 70,000 member companies, it is the largest commercial institution in South Korea and has played a key role in transforming the country into one of the world's leading trading nations.

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