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NagaWorld casinos set to reopen, schools to follow

Publication date 05 July 2020 | 22:13 | ICT

NagaCorp Ltd has requested that it be allowed to reopen its NagaWorld integrated resorts in Phnom Penh after the government recently approved casinos to operate again, provided they follow Covid-19 prevention measures set by the Ministry



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