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Metro looks to Laos, Cambodia for heavy equipment sales

Metro Machinery, the biggest dealer of heavy construction equipment in Thailand, is looking over the borders to Laos and Cambodia, which are exploiting their abundant natural resources and racing to develop infrastructure. The company will on October 9 ink two deals worth Bt1.5 billion each – ...

http://www.nationmultimedia.com/business/Metro-looks-to-Laos-Cambodia-for-heavy-equipment-s-30190221.html

Ford takes 20 per cent of new car market

Before the big dinner with Hillary Clinton, Prime Minister Hun Sen and the leaders of Thailand and Myanmar on July 13 in Siem Reap, Tom Whitcraft of RMA Group, which owns the Ford dealership in Cambodia, sat down for an interview. Whitcraft said Ford has about ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012072357549/Business/ford-takes-20-per-cent-of-new-car-market.html

Men Sarun to export canned noodles to the US and ASEAN

The producer of Mee Yeung instant noodles is set to expand its business by investing US$1 million in equipment to produce noodles for export, said a company official. The new machines will be delivered from China and will be able to produce 6,000 cases or ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012071657432/Business/men-sarun-to-export-canned-noodles-to-the-us-and-asean.html

Canadia Bank backs a rice mill in Takeo

Canadia Bank will launch a rice mill in Cambodia’s Takeo province in October, a move that insiders said could help curb the flow of unmilled rice to neighbouring Vietnam. Bank officials yesterday said they will buy US$3 million in milling equipment, and the total cost of ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012053156500/Business/canadia-bank-backs-a-rice-mill-in-takeo.html

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