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Singaporean Investment Mission

Singaporean Investment Mission

Members of the Singaporean Trade Development Board (TDB) arrived in Phnom Penh

earlier this month with representatives of 16 companies to spend five days exploring

potential business cooperation in food and agro products.

The investment mission was jointly sponsored by the Singapore General Rice Importers

Association (SGRIA) and the Singapore Noodles Manufacturers association (SNMA). This

was the first time the TDB has visited Cambodia as a means of identifying new sources

of food for the island republic and for processing and re-export to third countries.

According to a Singapore Embassy press release, " through this mission, TDB

seeks to provide Singapore companies opportunities to network with the relevant authorities

and associations and explore investment opportunities in rice mills and noodles manufacturing



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