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Cambodia’s French Embassy set to hold products exhibition

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Cambodia’s French Embassy set to hold products exhibition

The Embassy of France in Cambodia will hold a French products exhibition on Saturday, according to a Wednesday press release.

The event will be open to the public from 10am to 6pm and the “French Marketplace” will host more than 50 exhibitors who will showcase French products and French expertise in diverse fields such as health and well-being, culture, sports, fashion, gastronomy, housing and education.

“There will be many activities during this festive and friendly day designed for everyone and for every taste,” the release said.

It added that music and arts workshops, a children’s area, sports activities, cooking demonstrations by a Michelin-starred chef, tastings in an air-conditioned area, as well as short conferences and animations will also be organised in different booths.

The French Marketplace is organised by the French Cambodian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in collaboration with the French Embassy and the French Institute of Cambodia to close the “French Weeks of Phnom Penh”, it said.

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