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In Brief: Sun looks to Cambodia

In Brief: Sun looks to Cambodia

SUN Microsystems, a global leader in information technology services,

hosted its first seminar in Phnom Penh at NagaWorld Tuesday as part of

its plan to move into Cambodia’s telecoms industry.  “I believe

emerging markets like Cambodia’s will face more complex management

issues in the future as technology keep growing,” said Joseph Ningrat

Yap, technology manager of Sun Microsystems in Asia. Sun does not have

an official office in Cambodia, meaning its products will be sold

through local partners.

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