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HLH plans 400-hectare food-processing park

HLH plans 400-hectare food-processing park

Singaporean listed firm HLH Group will invest $10 million to set up a 400 hectare agricultural food-processing park in Cambodia, the Strait Times reported yesterday.

The integrated food-processing plant, named CAMFARM, will begin construction later this year and is expected to be fully operational by 2017.

HLH’s agriculture division is also aiming to set up four agriculture collection centres in four provinces by the end of this year, according to the report.

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