Thailand and Cambodia have revealed plans to set up a special trade zone that will see the two neighbouring countries increase cassava and corn trade\
Thai commerce minister Boonsong Teriyapirom revealed recently that the fourth Thailand-Cambodia Joint Trade Committee meeting has seen both countries content with the expansion of cross-border trade.
Last year, trade between both countries expanded by 40.5 per cent to US$4.03bn from US$2.86bn in 2011.
He said that study will cover the entire supply chain for both products and the proposal of the location of the special trade zone.
Meanwhile, Piramol Charoenpao, director general of the Department of Trade Negotiations, said that the commerce minister will soon travel to