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Bidding invited for CamboSix contract

Bidding invited for CamboSix contract

A t the end of this month, the bidding process to select a new company to manage CamboSix will be ready, said Chea Peng Chheang, secretary of state at the Ministry of Economy and Finance. Chheang said the ministry is now organizing the bidding process and it will be open to the public. "Now we announce to any company interested in bidding to register their companies' names on the bidding list," he said. "And so far we have about seven or eight companies that have already registered - some are joint venture companies with Cambodian and foreign partners."

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