Cambodia first country under Korea-China initiative

Photo from Council for the Development of Cambodia

Visit of Korean and Chinese government officers part of new trilateral cooperation mechanism 


PHNOM PENH - A joint Korean-Chinese trade delegation met Monday with Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC) Secretary-General Sok Chenda Sophea.


The secretary general, who also serves as minister attached to the prime minister, said the visit was part of a new trilateral cooperation mechanism involving Korea, China and third countries.


He said the visit by the 20-member delegation of South Korean and Chinese government officers was organized by the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) and China’s Ministry of Commerce.


"Cambodia was the first country to be visited thanks to its investment potential and attractiveness,” he told Thmey Thmey.​

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