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In Brief: ASUS hits Cambodia

In Brief: ASUS hits Cambodia

ASUS Technology Private Ltd, the Taiwanese computer manufacturer, officially launched its products in the Kingdom for the first time Wednesday. The company introduced its Lamborghini VX5 laptop at an event at Phnom Penh’s Naga World, the first stage in the company’s plan to expand within Cambodia, said Leroy Liu, director of ASUS Technology (Vietnam) Co Ltd, a division of its Asia Pacific group. “We think that Cambodia is a good potential market for us to do business … because Cambodia has been growing fast in IT,” he said.

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