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Korean grants US$ 7 million to build an innovation centre

The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) plans to spend about US$ 7 million to build a new business centre, named .........................

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Lim Soktai, an engineer that involves with Phnom Penh-Bavet expressway study

The study of the Phnom Penh-Bavet Expressway has already completed, with construction set to start soon. The road is expected to cost about..............

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Vietnam builds largest solar power plant in Southeast Asia

Vietnam is currently building a huge solar power plant in the southwestern province of Tay Ninh worth US$ 420 million. The plant is expected to generate 420 megawatts of electricity and be the largest .................

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Local pool company offers free pool design service

With improved living standards, more and more Cambodian people own apartments, villas, condo and commercial buildings. Their lifestyles are even better if their house or building has a swimming pool.

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Cambodia’s insurance market remain potential

Cambodia still has a broad market for the insurance industry, while gross premiums are more than US$ 196 million, equivalent to 1% of  GDP of US$ 25 billion, according to president of the Cambodian Insurance Association.

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Engineering booms, yet lacks human resources

Cambodia’s engineering sector is booming and creating a lot of work for qualified people but lacks human resources and needs to improve legal management, according to Dr. Lim Sokthai, a professor of architecture and engineering and Dean of Norton University.

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No law on drone control yet

According to a civil aviation spokeswoman, Cambodia is yet to enact a law on drone management and uses only bans from municipal authorities.

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Two local companies to invest $120 million in Sihanouk province

Two local companies will cooperate to invest about US$ 120 million in developing an apartment and commercial building complex on over 6 hectares of land located in village 3, sangkat 1, Preah Sihanouk province, with work having already begun.

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Expert: Cambodia should turn to underground construction

One expert has suggested that Cambodia should turn to take advantage of underground buildings to accommodate human needs.

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Construction growth drives Cambodia’s furniture market

As housing development in Cambodia has been steadily growing, the impact on tertiary sectors has also been positive with high returns available for those supplying the industry.

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