The guide is intended to provide a general understanding of Cambodia's import process for food products. As is common in developing economies, a high level of informality exists in Cambodia, especially at the borders.
This report reflects significant changes from the June 2022 report, including updates on Food Labeling in Section II, Other Specific Standards in Section VII, Import Procedures Section IX, and Trade Facilitation in Section X.
The contents of this report do not change from the previous report in 2021. This report lists the major certificates required by the Burmese government agencies for U.S agricultural products exported to Burma.
Indonesia is a key stakeholder and an active participant at global environmental fora. Home to a vast swathe of rainforest, Indonesia is ranked as the world’s tenth largest emitter of greenhouse gases (GHG), mainly due to land-use change and energy sector emissions.
Post forecasts Indonesia coffee production at 9.7 million bags in 2023/24, a decline of 18 percent from the previous year as excessive rainfall disrupted the cherry development stage, lowering yield in major Robusta producing areas.
Private sugar mills expansion leads to increased production in 2022/2023. El Nino, which usually increases sugar content in sugarcane and continues area expansion by private sugar mills is forecast to further increase plantation white sugar production in 2023/24 to 2.6 million metric tons (MMT).
FAS Rangoon (Post) forecasts Burma’s rice exports, corn exports, and wheat import smaller in MY 2023/24. Exporters and importers continue to face a lot of uncertainties with the continuing changing policies on export/import procedures and foreign currency controls.