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In Brief: Nautisco deals for $13m

In Brief: Nautisco deals for $13m

NAUTISCO Seafood Manufacturing Ltd said Thursday it had secured US$13 million in contracts to supply fresh and processed shrimp to international and domestic markets for next year. Japanese and South Korean buyers had ordered around 1,200 tonnes and restaurants and hotels in Cambodia around 120 tonnes, Nautisco President Pov Sambath said. Cambodian Hotel Association President Luu Meng, who is also co-owner of Phnom Penh’s Thalias hospitality group, said the US$5 million plant, built in 2008, urged restaurants and hotels in the association to support the factory.

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