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Construction on tallest structure starts post-Covid

Publication date 22 July 2021 | 20:49 | ICT

Construction of Thai Boon Roong Group’s ambitious more-than-$3-billion twin commercial skyscraper project in central Phnom Penh will begin when Covid-19 ends, according to Thai Boon Roong Architectural Co Ltd director Tous Saphoeun.



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