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Govt to launch free buses from Siem Reap to Run Ta Ek

The government, working with the Siem Reap Provincial Administration, plans to start a free public bus service between Siem Reap city and the Run Ta Ek Development Zone next week to facilitate travel and reduce costs for residents. ...

Hang Punreay
https://www.khmertimeskh.com/501417631/govt-to-launch-free-buses-from-siem-reap-to-run-ta-ek/

South Korean firm commits to 1,000 ‘modern’ bus donation

Prime Minister Hun Sen has announced that the South Korean Booyoung Group will gift the government a further 1,000 modern buses. The company handed over 200 buses to the Phnom Penh Municipal Hall in February, but suggested that the new buses be utilised in the ...

Ry Sochan
https://www.phnompenhpost.com/national/south-korean-firm-commits-1000-modern-bus-donation

Finance minister asking Booyoung Group of S Korea for fintech boost

The finance minister has asked South Korea’s Booyoung Group to invest more in the Cambodian financial-technology (fintech) market, which has seen remarkable growth during Covid-19, as the company’s chairman revealed preliminary plans for a university in the Kingdom focused on fintech and taxation. ...

May Kunmakara
https://www.phnompenhpost.com/business/finance-minister-asking-booyoung-group-s-korea-fintech-boost

Booyoung Town moves slowly ahead

The plan to build the US$1.1 billion Booyoung Town commercial city and housing estate on Russian Federation Blvd near the 7 Makara Bridge is moving forward slowly while the political situation remains unclear. Despite the political situation, construction at Booyoung Town was slowly moving forward and ...

Siv Meng and Hin Pisei
http://www.phnompenhpost.com/real-estate/booyoung-town-moves-slowly-ahead

Unlike Past Elections, Property Investors Remain Buoyant

Ahead of elections 10 years ago, people across the country would hoard rice in case the vote sent the country spiraling into a state of turmoil. Businesses across the country would bide their time before making any major investments. And those who could afford to ...

http://www.cambodiadaily.com/elections/unlike-past-elections-property-investors-remain-buoyant-32542/

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