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Insurance firm eyes Siem Reap expansion

Insurance firm eyes Siem Reap expansion

CAMBODIA-VIETNAM Insurance plans to establish a branch in Siem Reap pending government approval of the expansion, its CEO Cao Minh Son said. After two years of operating in Phnom Penh, the company’s expansion into Siem Reap is also aimed at deepening commercial ties between Vietnam and Cambodia. The firm organised a seminar on Saturday at Siem Reap’s Sokha Angkor Resort to meet potential clients among tour companies, hotels and restaurants operating in the city. “We are in the process of applying for a branch in Siem Reap,” he said.

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