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In Brief: Products shown in Tokyo

In Brief: Products shown in Tokyo

CAMBODIA is about to end its participation in a two-month ASEAN trade fair in Tokyo, where companies have displayed a range of agricultural products, said a Ministry of Commerce official. Finishing at the end of this month, the event seeks to attract Japanese buyers, said Kith Pheara, chief of the Product Development Office at the ministry. “Japanese buyers were interested in our palm whisky … and were complimentary on packaging, saying it could be accepted in the Japanese market,” he said, adding there was also considerable interest in Cambodian jelly products.

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