The Vietnamese supermarket, Coop Mart, plan to expand into Cambodia this year

The HCM City Union of Co-operatives (Sai Gon Co.op Mart) is planning to extend its business network this year. Sai Gon Co.op Mart this year plans to construct 10 Co.op Mart supermarkets and 30 Co.op Food stores as well as begin construction of its shopping centre in Cambodia.

Source: baomoi.com

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