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Skyscraper expo on diamond island

Skyscraper expo on diamond island

CAMBODIA’S first international skyscraper expo, CamBuild 2010, will take place later this year, it was announced Sunday. The show will be an international trade show open for architects, civil and building constructors, building consultants and designers, engineers, government departments, interior designers and distributors. It will take place on Phnom Penh’s Diamond Island in October. Organiser Richard Yew, who is Vice President of AMB Events SDN, said Sunday that more than 200 exhibitors are expected at the event including pavilions from Singapore, China, Taiwan, the European Union and the US.

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