Countries and regions
The EU works closely with Cambodia under the framework of the EU-ASEAN Cooperation Agreement to ensure an effective environment for trade and investment relations. Cambodia is a member of WTO since 2004.
- EU imports from Cambodia are dominated by transport equipment.
- EU exports to Cambodia are dominated by machinery, transport equipment and agricultural products.
EU-Cambodia "trade in goods" statistics
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EU and Cambodia
As a Least Developed Country (LDC) Cambodia benefits from the most favourable regime available under the EU's Generalised Scheme of Preferences (GSP), namely the Everything But Arms (EBA) scheme. The Everything But Arms Scheme gives the 48 Least Developed Countries – including Cambodia – duty free access to the EU for exports of all products, except arms and ammunition.
Cambodia and ASEAN
Cambodia is one of the 10 members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). The countries as a group are the EU's third largest trading partners outside Europe, after the United States and China.
The ASEAN region is a dynamic market with some 580 million consumers. Cambodia is one of the four LDCs in the ASEAN region.
The EU co-operates closely with the ASEAN region as a whole. Co-operation is maintained through the EU-ASEAN Dialogue which includes discussions on trade and investment issues at ministerial and senior economic officials levels.
Trading with Cambodia
- Rules and requirements for trading with Cambodia
- The EU is present on the ground in Cambodia
- Trade relations are part of the EU's overall political and economic relations with Cambodia
- Cambodia is a member of the World Trade Organisation