Cambodia’s export turnover hit 7.7 billion USD in 2014, a year-on-year 11.5 percent rise, unveiled the Ministry of Trade on January 2.

Apparel held the 80-percent lion’s share of the total export value.

The country’s major trade partners were Thailand, the US, the EU, China, the Republic of Korea, Japan, and Vietnam.

Cambodia raked in 1.7 billion USD and 2.35 billion USD from the US and the EU, respectively.

It sold to Vietnam mostly corn, peanut, and rubber, which were worth nearly 50 million USD.

Cambodia imported commodities valued at 10.4 billion USD, rising 15.5 percent against 2013. The major import goods included garment and textile materials, petroleum, construction materials, cars, food and medicines.-VNA