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Real estate firm PropNex Cambodia shoots for 150% salesforce growth in 15 months

Publication date 29 September 2022 | 08:05 | ICT

PropNex (Cambodia) Co Ltd, a fanchise of the largest listed Singapore real estate company, on September 23 held a “grand opening” in Phnom Penh where it affirmed its vision of expanding its network of agents by roughly 150 per cent to 1,

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