Indonesian textile manufacturers are set to benefit from an EU decision to grant Cambodia access to European markets, officials said on Friday.

Trade and Industry Minister, Rini Suwandi, said her country was optimistic of seeing a rise in textile orders following the recent EU decision.

"Cambodia was given the privilege by the European Union and will hopefully buy our textile to meet its export quota," Rini said.

She added she planned to discuss the issue during high-level talks with her Cambodian counterparts during her visit to the country in May.

The minister also revealed officials expect textile exports to rise to US$8 billion this year from last year's total of $US7.6bn.

"Given the growing garment industry in the country, I'm optimistic we can achieve the target," she said.