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Camera capture: Distributor for Canon opens outlet

Camera capture: Distributor for Canon opens outlet

PHOTOGRAPHY firm i-Qlick Cambodia opened an outlet in Phnom Penh on Saturday, with the Prime Minister’s son in attendance.

The three-storey outlet on Sihanouk Boulevard distributes Canon cameras, as well as other imported electronics for sale.

Andy Lee, Country Director for i-Qlick, said his company was attempting to capitalise on a rising demand for photography products, as well as bring consumers the latest in technology.

Prime Minister Hun Sen’s son, Hun Manet, said at the launch the country’s political stability and business-friendly environment make it attractive for investors.

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