Singapore delegation meets CDC

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More than 40 business delegates from the Singapore-China Chamber of Commerce and Industry yesterday met the secretary-general of the Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC) to discuss potential investments and seek local business partners.
 
Delegates led by chamber president Roland Ng, chairman of Tat Hong Holdings,  came from various sectors such as construction engineering, energy, tourism, manufacturing, professional services, logistics, trade, health, and small and medium enterprises.
 
Sok Chenda Sophea, CDC secretary-general, told the delegation that CDC was one of the institutions with close relations with all stakeholders, including the Embassy of Singapore.
 
Mr Chenda Sophea said this was to attract investors from Singapore to Cambodia.  
 
He said there were many opportunities for investment, with agro-industries and tourism as the key sectors.
 
“Singapore has immense experience in overseas investments and I do hope they can transfer this knowledge to Cambodia.” Mr Ng said the chamber had 4,000 members and 150 trade associations representing more than 40,000 companies.

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