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Cambodian CEO to chair ASEAN business awards

Cambodian CEO to chair ASEAN business awards

Sorn Sokna, chief executive of Sonatra Securities in Phnom Penh, has been made chairman of the ASEAN Business Advisory Council’s ASEAN Business Awards.

The awards will be given out in November to ASEAN-incorporated enterprises with at least 40 per cent ASEAN-owned equity and an operational presence in two or more ASEAN countries.

Companies must have been in operation for three years and have three years of financial statements.

They also must fulfil one of the following conditions: annual revenue of US$20 million; fixed assets of more than $10 million; or a minimum of 300 employees.

The region’s small and medium enterprises are also eligible to compete.

To contact the reporter on this story: Stuart Alan Becker at [email protected]

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