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In Brief: Workshop on SMEs

In Brief: Workshop on SMEs

A WORKSHOP on how small and

medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) should respond to the global financial

crisis is to be held Tuesday at the Hotel Cambodiana in. Botumroath

Lebun, the communication officer for the UNDP's TRADE Project, said

Sunday that the Ministry of Commerce was organising the workshop in

cooperation with the Ministry of Economy and Finance and the National

Bank of Cambodia. The Kingdom's SMEs contribute about 65 percent to

total national GDP.

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