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Expo seeks to connect trade in Mekong region

Expo seeks to connect trade in Mekong region

The Lancang-Mekong Economic and Technological Exhibition opened in Phnom Penh yesterday with 130 enterprises from six countries in the Mekong River Basin attending to display their products and services.

The four-day expo aims at boosting trade and investment between the Upper Mekong River basin in southern China and downstream countries in the Lower Mekong River basin, including Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam.

Among the exhibitors are companies offering products and services for infrastructure, transportation, construction, energy and agriculture.

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