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Hewlett-Packard Enters Cambodian Market

Hewlett-Packard Enters Cambodian Market

Hewlett-Packard, one of the world's leading providers of computing and digital-imaging

products, announced its official launch of new products in the Kingdom at a press

conference on April 7.

Colin Chow, Country Manager from Hewlett-Packard announced the appointment of Thakral

Cambodia Ltd as the sole authorized wholesaler of Hewlett-Packard products in the

Kingdom.

The launch is part of HP's aggressive strategy to expand business into existing and

emerging new markets by enabling consumers to facilitate exchanges between paper-based

and digital forms of information.

Cambodian Minister of Commerce HE Cham Prasidh was on hand at the event to award

a commemorative plaque to Thakral's Managing Director, Mr. Gurmukh Singh Thakral.

HP products available through Thakral Cambodia Ltd. include HP's top-of-the-line

LaserJet 1100, a printer with multiple scanner/copier functions as well as award-winning

HP Netservers.

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