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Business Diary: June 13

Business Diary: June 13

Wednesday evening, June 13

The American-Cambodian business council monthly networking event from 6 to 8:30pm at the Quay Boutique Hotel, 277 Sisowath Quay. A monthly networking event to enlarge your circle of business contacts and friends and enjoy a fine selection of food at the Quay.

The cost is $10 for members and $12 for non-members.

RSVP to [email protected] or call 023 210225 by close of business on June 11.

Wednesday morning, June 13

The OSAC (Overseas Security Advisory Council) meeting at the US embassy from 8:30 to 10am. Col Mark Gillette has agreed to give a briefing on US military operations in Cambodia at the upcoming OSAC meeting.

All invited. An understanding of operation in the Kingdom will be given and the aim is to build support for US operations by giving sound reasons and justifications for US operations in Cambodia.

RSVP to [email protected] or call 023 210225 by close of business June 8.


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