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‘Kampot-Kep Salt’ GI association to be created ‘soon’

Publication date 28 March 2023 | 21:37 | ICT

The process of establishing an association to represent and manage the “Kampot-Kep Salt” name once the commodity has been awarded domestic geographical indication (GI) status – expected late next month – is “progressing smoothly”, reported



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