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In Brief: CHA plans for next year

In Brief: CHA plans for next year

THE Cambodia Hotel Association (CHA) plans to set up a secretariat and a Guest House Association by next year, association President Luu Meng told its third annual general meeting Tuesday. Just 10 out of the association’s 83 hotel members attended. The secretariat will be in charge of spreading information to members, organising events and recruiting new staff, he said. Luu Meng said the association also planned to get involved in the creation of the Ministry of Tourism’s Cambodia Marketing and Promotion Board. Figures from the Ministry of Tourism show there are roughly 450 hotels in Cambodia.

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