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ZTE signs agreement to aid trade technology

ZTE signs agreement to aid trade technology

A “LANDMARK” deal for Chinese and Cambodian cooperation was made last week, said deputy prime minister Sok An, as the government inked a deal with telecommunications firm ZTE Corporation. Zhao Yong, ZTE’s vice president for the East and Southeast Asia region, and Chun Vat, secretary general for the National Information Communications Technology Development Authority, inked a memorandum of understanding for ZTE to assist the Kingdom in enhancing trade and administrative work through information technology. “The signing ceremony marked another landmark of cooperation with our great friend China,” said Sok An, according to an online government statement.

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