Members include senior government adviser Om Yientang, who is the head of the unit, and his three deputies.
Trade between the two countries has increased steadily over the past 10 years.
The government's Anti-Corruption Unit is preparing a plan to help ensure businesses and investors are protected from corruption.
Investors have been flocking to gold in recent years as a hedge against uncertainty in money and other markets.
The fresh accusations of corruption came after the tax collection department of the Ministry of Finance issued a notice last week.
The UN estimates that about 300,000 youths enter the work force each year, a number expected to climb to 400,000 in the near future.
Cambodia has had diplomatic relations with Iran since 1992, but it communicates with the country through its embassy in Hanoi.
The government has been tearing down these kinds of reservoirs since late June, under the new Tonle Sap Authority.
Trade volume between the two increased more than 120 percent in the first quarter of the year compared to the same period last year.
More than 70 percent of the 10,000 people living in this commune, Koh Chi Verng, are fishermen.
Strauss-Kahn also advised increasing trade within Asian countries, so as not to rely on the West for consumers.