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Royal Group and Fusionex Group sign MOA to power up Smart Trade Facilitation in Cambodia

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Royal Group and Fusionex Group sign MOA to power up Smart Trade Facilitation in Cambodia

The Royal group, Cambodia’s leading conglomerate and Fusionex Group, one of the largest multi award-winning and the leading data technology group in the region, signed a memorandum of agreement where both groups will cooperate in the area of Smart Trade Facilitation in Cambodia.

Neak Oknha Kith Meng, Chairman and group CEO of RGC, emphasized that the Royal Group via its subsidiaries (WING, CELLCARD and EZECOM) is the leading digitalization, payment provider, internet service provider and partner of choice in Cambodia. RGC is partnering with Fusionex Group, a world-class leader for pioneering technologies in Big Data, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Smart Trade Facilitation to power up trade facilitation for the Kingdom of Cambodia.

This cooperation between the two leading groups will help to bring the know-how and expertise in areas of Data Analytics, Big Data, AI and Smart Trade Facilitation to Cambodia which will be a welcome impetus to support economic growth in the Kingdom and encourage cross-border trade.

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