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Trade fair

Trade fair

AN International Trade Fair will be held Nov 4-6 at the Hotel Inter-Continental.

According to promotional materials, its purpose is to introduce new products, help

participants develop new markets, and encourage bilateral trade and investment between

foreign investors and Cambodian counterparts.

The fair is being organized by Asia-Pacific Resources Inc, a Phnom Penh-based, event

management and media company. In tandem with the fair, a Trade Investment Conference

will be held on Nov 5.

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