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Photo by: HENG CHIVOAN
Photo by Heng Chivoan

A woman displaying jewellery at the third Cambodia Gems and Jewellery Fair yesterday at Phnom Penh’s Diamond Island. In a speech opening the exhibition, Minister of Commerce Cham Prasidh said Cambodia aimed to become a regional centre for the gem and jewellery trade. The exhibition contained 84 booths representing 67 separate companies displaying gems worth tens of millions of dollars, the minister said. 

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