Korean firm opens road for exporting mangoes in Cambodia

Korean consumers can now easily purchase Cambodian mangoes at nearby supermarkets and markets.

Hyundai Corporation Holdings, a holding company affiliated with Hyundai Corporation Group (Chairman Chung Mong-Hyuk), was the first modern agricultural product with Cambodia’s first export quarantine facility in Kampong Spu Province, two hours drive from Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh, on January 15 at 9 am local time. Held a completion ceremony for the distribution center. 

The ceremony was held by General Hun Manet (Honsen’s eldest son), Ambassador Park Heung-Kyung, South Korean Ambassador to Cambodia, Chung Mong-Hyuk, Chairman Chung Mong-Hyuk and Vice Chairman Won-Gap Kim, and Mao Legacy Co., Ltd. In addition, there were a number of key participants including Lee Yong-man, Chairman of the Korean Chamber of Commerce and Industry, President Shin Jong-soo Kotra Phnom Penh Trade and Mr. Hyun-Joon Roh, Director of the Cambodia Kaika Office.

Ambassador Park said, “31 out of 88 Korean farmers in Southeast Asia are operating in Cambodia. I hope that the cooperation between the government and private companies will contribute to Cambodia’s agricultural development as well as to enhance the relations between the two countries.

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