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SSEZ exports valued at $372 million last year

SSEZ exports valued at $372 million last year

EXPORTS from the Sihanoukville Special Economic Zone (SSEZ) were valued at $372 million last year – up 68 per cent compared to 2017 – according to a statement from the Council for the Development of Cambodia.

The 1,113ha SSEZ has 161 registered factories and registered investment capital of about $918 million. The industrial zone creates 22,495 jobs, the statement said.

The factories produce textiles, electrical accessories, shoes, travel goods, electronic products, tires, car parts, office equipment and supplies, furniture and sports equipment, among other products, it said in a statement.

It was released after the third meeting of the SSEZ Coordinating Committee, which was held last week.

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