Cambodia to show hand-made accessories at Hong Kong Expo

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Cambodia will introduce its handmade fashion accessories at an expo in China's Hong Kong later this month.

A press statement, released Thursday by the Export Service Center Cambodia, said Cambodia's products will be showed at the China Sourcing Fair: Fashion Accessories at Hong Kong's Asia World-Expo from Oct. 27 to 30, 2010.

According to the statement, the products on display will include 100 percent silk scarves and recycled paper jewelry, including necklaces, bracelets, and earrings, all produced by suppliers who embrace fair trade principles.

"Every piece in our fall collection is great quality, very creative and handmade with passion," said Heng Kunthy, export manager of the Export Service Center Cambodia.

"We've included a new line of eco-friendly fashion jewelry made of recycled paper that has generated a lot of interest on our website," he said.

Heng Kunty said since last April's show, Cambodia has received orders from buyers in Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom and Spain, and there has also been significant interest from Hong Kong and Australia.

Heng said he is "confident with quality and flexible terms and will again appeal to discerning buyers."

According Heng, the offers of the products will be unique saying the minimum orders is accepted as low as just 500 U.S. dollars which allows buyers the chance to quickly test their markets at minimal investment.

In addition to that, buyers can offer customers more variety and not incur the extra expense of large numbers of each SKU, and international standards and each item is handcrafted and not mass- produced.

"Having our goods selected at this international event clearly shows that Cambodia products can compete with the best in the world," Heng said.

"We are delighted that so many of our products will be among the handful featured at these high-traffic areas," Heng added.

The Export Service Center Cambodia is a member of the non- profit Kearny Alliance, whose mission is "Aid through Trade."

Source: Xinhua


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