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Economy

The Cambodian city that went from war zone to manufacturing hub

The border city of Poipet is leveraging its cheap labor and strategic location

Electronics cable is made at a factory in Poipet run by Sumitronics Manufacturing (Cambodia).

POIPET, Cambodia Once ravaged by war, the city of Poipet on Cambodia's western border with Thailand is reinventing itself as a manufacturing center, leveraging its cheap labor costs and strategic location in the regional supply chain.

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