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Student-formed business shines with sustainable name, products

Publication date 26 May 2022 | 20:19 | ICT

Kong Vong – which translates to “sustainable” in English – is an eco-friendly products business founded by two students, Sam Hengsopheavan and Hok Chanboramey, at the end of 2020.

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