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Industry fairs to showcase tech

Industry fairs to showcase tech

The Cambodia International Machinery Industry Fair is to be held in conjunction with the Cambodia International Textile and Garment Industry Fair at Koh Pich from the August 21 to 24.

Showcasing the latest in technology and machinery, across a range of sectors, from plastics and rubber, printing and packaging, food processing, agriculture, medical and pharmaceutical equipment, metalworking and automation, tools and hardware, textile and garments, auto parts and building materials.

The event aims to connect local businesses to exhibitors from more than 20 countries around the world.

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