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Market researchcompany eyes Cambodia

Market researchcompany eyes Cambodia

Aegis Group, a global marketing communications company specializing in digital networking

and market research, is considering opening offices in Cambodia, the company's chief

executive officer said this week.

CEO Robert Lerwill, in Cambodia to attend the regional meeting of British American

Tobacco in Phnom Penh Oct. 3, said Cambodia is an exciting market because the country

is developing on a fast path, clients looking for marketing are growing and people

are willing to learn professional and language skills. The country has a "stable

environment" for business operation, he said. Lerwill said the plan for Cambodia

is still in the "strategic planning" stage and he declined to say when

it might happen.

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