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US corporations seek investment opportunities

US corporations seek investment opportunities

The US-ASEAN Business Council, which lobbies on behalf of some of the biggest

multinational corporations with interests in Southeast Asia, sent a delegation

to Cambodia to seek new investment opportunities. Executives representing

Conoco-Phillips, General Electric Company, Federal Express, ITT Defense and

Oracle, met with Telecommunications Minister So Khun, State Secretary Kao Kim

Hourn, Health Minister Nuth Sokhom and other officials. "Our delegation is here

to deepen existing economic ties between the US and Cambodia and to explore new

opportunities," Frances Zwenig, the delegation leader told local media.

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