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Low-quality exports

Low-quality exports

MANUFACTURERS in Cambodia need to enhance the quality of export goods and improve packaging to meet international standards if they hope to compete in highly competitive markets overseas, Ministry of Commerce Undersecretary of State Tekreth Kamrang told an export-promotion seminar Thursday in Phnom Penh. Kurata Hironobu, president of Koh Kong organic pepper distributor Kurata Pepper, told attendees food exporters should work more closely with suppliers to ensure consistency to develop brand identity.

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