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ICT event set for April

ICT event set for April

THE National ICT Development Authority (NiDA) and US-based firm International Data Group (IDG) announced Wednesday that Cambodia’s sixth information technology exposition and conference will be held over three days from April 1 in Phnom Penh. Speaking at a press conference to announce the event, Chun Vat, deputy secretary general of NiDA, said the ICT sector has become increasingly important in the Kingdom and could boost other sectors of the economy. IDG ASEAN Chief Executive Officer Lee Thanh Tam said the exhibition will feature products from firms including Viettel, Anana and Sotelco.

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