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Japanese Companies Host Employment Fair in Phnom Penh

Cambodian students, graduates and jobseekers filled the main hall of the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center on Tuesday looking for employment opportunities with some of Japan’s largest corporations. Organizers said the event aimed to bridge the gap between skilled Cambodian job seekers and companies from the world’s third ...

http://www.cambodiadaily.com/business/japanese-companies-host-employment-fair-in-phnom-penh-35242/

Delta Electronics eyes Cambodia expansion

Delta Electronics (Thailand), one of the world’s leading producers of power supplies and electronic components, plans to expand to Cambodia and Myanmar, the Bangkok Post reported on Wednesday. “There is no indication of a specific timeframe for the expansion, but the company sees these countries . ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/2013051065533/Business/delta-electronics-eyes-cambodia-expansion.html

Hedging China risks, Japan firms turn to booming SE Asia

Hiroshi Uematsu had a tough start in Cambodia, where he heads an economic zone that aims to attract business from his native Japan. He arrived just before the global financial crisis sent the Asian Economic Minnow’s exports into a tailspin and dried up investment interest. Now, ...

http://www.moneycontrol.com/news/world-news/hedging-china-risks-japan-firms-turn-to-booming-se-asia_778038.html

Number of Japanese firms to surge this year

If industry-watchers were roused last year by the influx of Japanese investment to Cambodia – including bellwether parts manufacturer Minebea – 2012 should not disappoint. Up to 60 new Japanese companies are expected to apply for business licences this year after the number tripled to about ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012071257368/Business/number-of-japanese-firms-to-surge-this-year.html

Hun Sen aims to attract more Japanese money

Japan’s Sumi Wiring Systems Co Ltd launched production of automobile wiring this month, a company official said yesterday. Japanese companies such as Sumi and Minebea, a ball-bearings maker, have helped Cambodia’s manufacturing industry diversify away from garments, the country’s main manufacturing product and export, and Prime Minister Hun Sen ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012042455725/Business/hun-sen-aims-to-attract-more-japanese-money.html

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