The 1st Cambodia Real Estate Exhibition 2013

The 1st Cambodia Real Estate Exhibition 2013

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A three-day Cambodia Real Estate Exhibition 2013 began Monday, as the country’s construction sector has grown rapidly  in the last couple of years.

The event, held at the Diamond Island Exhibition Center, brought together 68 exhibitors including real estate developers and investors, construction material manufacturers and suppliers, home product suppliers, real estate agencies, and architecture and engineering designers.

Speaking at the opening of the exhibition, Mao Thora, secretary of state of the Ministry of Commerce, said the event reflected the progress of the real estate sector in Cambodia.​ (Photo Hong Menea)

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