US sends first soybean shipment to Cambodia

The US sent its first shipment of food-grade soybeans to Cambodia last week, exporting a total of 14 tonnes to both Cambodia and Myanmar to be processed in the receiving countries, according to US media reports. The shipments were sent to soy milk and tofu ...

Robin Spiess and Cheng Sokhorng

Agriculture Sector

A better outlook for the price of Cambodian major crops, especially cassava and soybeans, drives the upward revision of growth of the other crops subsector. This in turn leads to a marginal upward revision of growth of the agriculture sector to an annualized rate of 4.6 percent, from 4.5 percent in our January ...

Soybean Prices Increase as Farmers Move Away From Crop

The decreasing amount of farmers harvesting soybeans last year has limited supply and raised prices at the markets roughly 42 percent to 4,000 riel per kg, or about $1, according to an agricultural official and farmers. Cheam Chan Sorphaon, director of the provincial agriculture department in ...

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