Saturday, April 30, 2011

PHNOM PENH, April 28 (Xinhua) -- The China Hong Kong and Macau Expatriate and Business Association of Cambodia (CHKMEBA) on Thursday marked its 13th anniversary, pledging to bring more investment to Cambodia.
The celebration was attended by Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister Sok An, Deputy Prime Minister Yim Chhay Ly, and Chinese ambassador to Cambodia Pan Guangxue, as well as about 350 Chinese and Cambodian businesspeople.
Speaking at the celebration, Yum Sui Sang, chairman of CHKMEBA, said that since 1998, a lot of Hong Kong and Macau investors have done business in Cambodia mainly in garment industry, banking and finance, insurance, transportation and tourism industry.
"With the support from the government of Cambodia and Chinese embassy, we would continue to bring more investment from Hong Kong and Macau to Cambodia," he said.
Sok An said that the association is very important to strengthen and expand business relation and cooperation between Chinese Hong Kong-Macau investors and Cambodian investors.
"The government will fully support the association in its efforts to bring more Chinese investors to Cambodia, which contributed to the economic and social development of Cambodia," he said. "We also appreciate the association for its contribution to education, culture and humanitarian activities."
According to dep-news, 28 April 2011


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