Phnom Penh and Siem Reap will each host a tourism business fair next month, an expo that will serve as a platform for local and international businesses to connect and increase their networks.
Starting tomorrow, all vehicles accessing Phnom Penh International Airport will be welcomed by a new hi-tech parking lot, which has been designed to ease traffic congestion, according to an airport representative.
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A group of Thai plastic manufacturers will attend a business matching event in Phnom Penh later this month that will serve as a platform from which to explore opportunities in the Kingdom and partner up with local firms, the organisers said.
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International cash and carry brand Makro will build a commercial centre in Siem Reap.
Cambodia stands to benefit from the ongoing trade spat between the United States and China, with exports of Cambodian travel goods particularly likely to increase as a result of the dispute.