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AITEX returns after a successful debut

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AITEX returns after a successful debut

The Angkor International Tourism Exchange, which launched last year in Siem Reap,

returns for a second expo in October this year, confirming Cambodia's growing reputation

as an international tourism hotspot. Over 300 sellers, representing all manner of

travel agencies, NTOs, airlines etc, are expected to congregate at the Coex Conference

& Exhibition Centre in Siem Reap in a bid to lure any of the 250 buyers invited.

For information on exhibiting, visit: www.aitexcambodia.com

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