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DuPont to open Cambodia office

DuPont to open Cambodia office

DuPont to open Cambodia office

American plastics and chemicals conglomerate DuPont is seeking a

license to open a branch in Phnom Penh for what will be its first

Cambodian office. DuPont is a major supplier of materials to the

agricultural, electronics, communications and construction sectors. “We

expect to obtain a license to open a representative office in early

April,” said DuPont (Thailand) Ltd managing director Montri Simagrai.

“We want to … recruit several local employees first, hopefully by the

end of May,” he said, adding that the company aimed to be fully

operational by June or July. (Sebastian Strangio)

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