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In-principle nod for trade law changes

Publication date 19 January 2021 | 23:07 | ICT

Cambodia has approved in principle amendments to the Law on Commercial Enterprises and the Law on Commercial Rules and Registration in a bid to further enhance the investment attractiveness of the Kingdom, according to a press release on



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