The Cambodia Chamber of Commerce (CCC) and more than 60 companies from Vietnam’s southern provinces held a business forum on Friday to discuss the establishment of a special economic zone (SEZ) along the border of the two countries.
CCC vice-president Lim Heng, who presided over the Vietnam-Cambodia Business Forum, told The Post on Sunday that it aimed to boost commercial cooperation between companies in the two countries.
He said plans to build the SEZ along the border have been approved by both governments.
“We are promoting this task as the governments of both countries have already given the green light. However, the private sectors are still looking for more resources and partners,” Heng said.