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British Trade Fair

British Trade Fair

The British Business Association of Cambodia announced that it will hold a Trade

Fair at the Inter-Continental Hotel from April 19-21, l999.

The

28-member association will put up displays for three days to promote their

products and services. Sir Patrick Gillam, chairman of Standard Chartered Bank,

will launch the event.

A number of well-known British companies maintain

operations in Cambodia, including Shell, Enterprise Oil and British American

Tobacco. The service sector is represented by PricewaterhouseCoopers, Ernst

& Young, KPMG and IMIC among others.

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