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ICT group heads to GMS meet

ICT group heads to GMS meet

A DELEGATION of six Cambodians will join the Greater Mekong Subregion E-commerce workshop from Wednesday to Saturday to be held in the southwestern Chinese city of Kunming, said the Information and Communication Technology Association of Cambodia on Monday.

Ken Chanthan, president of the association, said he would lead the group and give a speech on the development of ICT and e-commerce in the Kingdom.

The event is designed to exchange experiences within the sector, promote trade and investment links within the region while also addressing key issues within ICT following the onset of the global financial crisis, he said.

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