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Cambodian rubber set for China in 2011

Cambodian rubber set for China in 2011

SOPHEAK Nika Investment Group Company plans to export more than 10,000 tonnes of rubber to China in 2011. Men Sopheak, deputy director of the group, said that he hoped shipment would increase as its rubber trees grew and produced increased amounts of resin. In 2012, the company is set to double the size of its yielding plantations, which currently cover 700 hectares of land. The company owns rubber plantations in Kampong Cham and Kampong Thom provinces. CHUN SOPHAL

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