South Korea’s Moon signs seven agreements during recent Kingdom state visit
The Cambodian and South Korean governments agreed to promptly conclude an agreement on mutual legal assistance and double taxation prevention as a foundation for broadening economic cooperation, according to a Sunday Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation press release.
The agreement was made during South Korean President Moon Jae-in’s three-day state visit to the Kingdom last week. In total, the two parties agreed seven deals during the trip.
During the visit between March 14 and 16, Moon met with Prime Minister Hun Sen. The leaders reached agreements on various areas of cooperation – including trade and investment, agriculture, finance, infrastructure, industry and development.
The leaders agreed to promote bilateral trade through the expansion of Cambodian product’s market access to Korea, with a particular focus on agricultural products.