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Century 21 chair sets aim high for Kingdom’s property market

Publication date 25 November 2020 | 21:36 | ICT

Cambodia’s real estate sector is set to bounce back at a blistering pace after this year’s Covid-19 slowdown in growth, according to newly-appointed Century 21 Cambodia chairman Richard W Davidson.

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