TOKYO - Japanese electronics maker Panasonic will open its first Cambodian showroom by May 2015 as it seeks to increase its share of the home-appliance market and raise the profile of its corporate-use products there.
The showroom, to be set up in Phnom Penh, will have a floor space of some 440 sq. meters and three staff members.
Panasonic will display beauty and cooking appliances and will offer classes to teach visitors how to use them. It will also showcase security cameras, commercial-use air conditioners and solar panels for corporate customers.
The showroom will be attached to Panasonic's service centre opened in 2012. In May, the company will also establish a service centre in the city of Siem Reap.
According to the company, it sells more air conditioners, refrigerators, washing machines and microwaves than any other company in Cambodia.
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