In 2006, the two countries approved a trade and investment agreement and granted each other most favored nation status. Bangladesh’s chief exports to Cambodia include garments, footwear and leather goods, knitwear, pharmaceuticals, tableware, home linen, textile, seafood and marine products, tea, potatoes, jute and jute goods, light engineering products, spices, cosmetics, ceramic and melamine products, toiletries etc.
Cambodia mainly exports cotton, edible oil, fertilizer, clinker, staple fibre, yarn, etc. to Bangladesh. In 2014, the two countries agreed to form a joint trade council to be headed by commerce ministers of both countries. An agreement was also signed between the two countries for promotion and reciprocal protection of bilateral investments.