Thailand’s 7-Eleven to Open in Cambodia through Franchise

A 7-Eleven store in Mueang District, Khon Kaen Province, in Thailand. Photo: Thmey Thmey
  • Phoung Vantha
  • May 7, 2020 12:40 PM

The Thai stock exchange was informed of this franchise agreement

PHNOM PENH--Thailand’s largest convenience-store operator CP All Public Company Limited has announced that it will open 7-Eleven stores in Cambodia through its indirect Cambodian subsidiary. 

According to a notification submitted Thursday (May 7) to the president of the Stock Exchange of Thailand, CP All (Cambodia) Co., Ltd. is a newly-incorporated company that was granted franchising rights to establish and operate 7-Eleven stores in Cambodia for a period of 30 years, which the parties may agree to extend by two additional 20-year terms.

"CP ALL (Cambodia) Co., Ltd. established in accordance with the laws of Cambodia for the operation of the 7-Eleven business under the aforementioned Master Franchise Business in Cambodia, and has an initial registered capital of 5,000 USD," the notification read.  

Contacted to confirm the information, Seang Thay, a spokesperson for Cambodia’s Ministry of Commerce, said that he had not received information regarding this franchise agreement at this point.    

"I am looking into it," Thay added.  

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