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Sihanoukville real estate cautiously forges on

Publication date 03 March 2021 | 21:45 | ICT

Even with a flurry of road infrastructure projects nearing completion, Sihanoukville’s real estate market belies the promise of robust growth that 2018 brought for the once-sleepy coastal town, according to observers in the Kingdom.



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