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In Brief: New iOne in Canadia

In Brief: New iOne in Canadia

AN official reseller for Apple Inc products in Cambodia, iOne Company, opened its fourth store Wednesday in Phnom Penh's Canadia Tower, which is set to be the tallest building in the Kingdom. Minister of Justice Ang Vong Vathana, who attended the opening ceremony, said the new store was a further sign that IT is developing in Cambodia. "This shows that Cambodia's economy is growing ... and I hope that there will be more investors coming here in the future," he said. The store will sell a range of Apple MacBooks and iPods along with accessories and software.

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