Denso celebrates 65 years of Japanese-Cambodian relations (Sponsored)

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Denso celebrates 65 years of Japanese-Cambodian relations (Sponsored)



Congratulations on the 65th Anniversary of diplomatic relations between Japan and Cambodia.

We would like to express our sincere appreciation to everyone who has made efforts towards the development of the Japan-Cambodia relationship over the years and wish continued growth and friendship to both countries.

We, DENSO and SANKYO RADIATOR, would like to contribute to the further growth of Cambodian society and its automotive industry as Japanese automotive parts manufacturing companies.

"A better world for future generations."


DENSO (CAMBODIA) CO., LTD and
SANKYO RADIATOR (CAMBODIA) CO., LTD.

www.denso.com/kh/en
www.sankyo-rad.co.jp

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