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Pailin cassava workshop lays out 2020-2025 strategy

Publication date 31 March 2023 | 16:39 | ICT

The Ministry of Commerce held a March 30 workshop to disseminate and promote the National Cassava Policy 2020-25 in Pailin province, with the government ready to lay out key national strategies for the next term to promote and support the



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