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Building exhibition scheduled for Sept

Building exhibition scheduled for Sept

The third edition of CAMBUILD, one of the country's biggest international building and construction conferences, is scheduled for September 10-12 on Koh Pich. Three hundred participants are expected to exhibit at the event.

The exhibition showcases a complete range of products and equipment for the building, construction and infrastructure industry in Cambodia, said a representative of the organiser.

“We create the chance to match businesses to businesses,” said Nuon Veasna, assistant to the project developer of AMB Events Group, which is organising the exhibition. “Foreign companies who specialise in the sector can explore the opportunities in Cambodia by finding available partners here,” he said.

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