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Int'l delegations to arrive in Cambodia

AN Australian-New Zealand delegation is set to arrive in Cambodia today, with the backing of their respective governments, to assess development projects for partnerships and seek business clients, according to the Australian Trade Commission. Around 10 companies from the two countries will attend a showcase seminar on Thursday where Cambodian officials and business representatives will provide a snapshot of the Kingdom’s operating environment. American firms are also currently in the Kingdom as part of a US-ASEAN Business Council delegation.

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