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Table 9 Positioning levels of the 19 products and services.

From: Potential roles of export orientation of Cambodia’s agriculture and agro-industry: an application of CGE analysis

  Export potential Human development
Estimated export in 2005 ($ 1000) 1. Export performance 2. World markets 3. Domestic supply condition Export potential assessment (average 3 indices) Estimated employment 4. Human development assessment
List 1        
Garments 2,610,766 H (5.0) H (3.5) H (3.8) H (4.1) 3,60,000 H
Footwear 1,56,513 H (4.1) M (3.1) H (3.5) H (3.6) 4500 M
Cassava 13,000 L (1.2) H (5.0) H (3.5) H (3.5) 4000 L
Rubber 9095 L (1.2) H (3.9) H (4.5) H (3.2) 40,000 M
Fishery 1,00,000 M (3.0) M (2.7) H (3.5) M (3.1) 2,60,000 M–H
Rice 200,000 H (5.0) L (1.2) M (3.0) M (3.1) 2,940,000 M–H
Soybeans 34,000 L (1.7) H (3.4) M (3.0) M (2.7) 16,500 L–M
Cashew nuts 50,000 L (2.0) M (2.7) M (3.0) L (2.6) 12,000 M
Silk 4000 L (1.1) M (2.7) L (2.3) L (2.0) 20,500 M–H
Livestock 19,000 L (1.4) M (3.1) L (1.3) L (1.9) 400,000 M
Corn 25,000 L (1.5) L (1.2) L (2.5) L (1.7) 12,500 L–M
Beer 975 L (1.0) M (2.8) L (1.0) L (1.6) 3000 L
List 2        
Fruits and vegetables 269 L (1.0) H (3.2) M M M–H
Wood products 5547 L (1.1) M (2.9) M M M
Light manufacturing 3336 L (1.1) H (3.3) M M M
Tourism H H M H H
Labor services M H M M M
Web-based services L H L L L
Transport services L M L L L
  1. Indexes range from 1 (lowest ranking) to 5 (highest ranking). Product sectors rank “high” with an index of more than 3.1, medium with an index between 2.7 and 3.1, or low with an index of less than 2.7. “n.a”=not applicable. The composite indexes for livestock and beer do not take into account domestic supply conditions and socioeconomic impact due to lack of comparable data
  2. List 1 = currently exported products, List 2 = services and non-exported products
  3. H high, M medium, L low