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One of Vietnam's leading coffee companies is looking for 20 hectares of land in Cambodia

to trial a coffee-growing operation. Tran Quang Co Ltd is reported to be growing

with strong sales in the Vietnamese market, but wants to extend its reach into Cambodia.

The company told local media that it is happy to invest in Cambodia to promote economic

liberalization between the two countries, however it must wait for Cambodian government

consent before starting its trial.

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