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Indusrty and SME fair scheduled for April

Indusrty and SME fair scheduled for April

The second annual Cambodia International Industry and Small- and Medium-sized Enterprise Fair will be held from April 4 to 8 at Phnom Penh's Diamond Island Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Te Taing Por, chairman of the Federation of Associations for Small and Medium Enterpri-ses of Cambodia, said SMEs would have the chance to showcase their products and services directly to clients in addition to networking opportunities.

“I believe about 100,000 guests will come, because the fair will bring new experiences and good consumer products to serve them.”

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