Phnom Penh (FN), Jan. 4 - Within the eleven months of 2017, Cambodia has exported agricultural goods and other goods to China worth more than $633 million, while China exported to Cambodia more than $4 billion, according to the cam-control report of the Ministry of Commerce that Fresh News received today.

Cambodia's export to China is seven times less than China's export to Cambodia.

According to the report, Cambodia's export includes: fishery products, dry cassava, cassava flour, cashew nuts, coconuts, timber, processed wood, garment, footwear and other commodities.

The goods imported from China include: fresh meat, fish, milk products, fresh fruits, poultry, tobacco, cigarettes, gasses, pharmaceuticals, fertilizers, garments, shoes, raw materials for shoe manufacturing, construction materials, cars, motorbikes and other products.