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Condo market picks up pace

Publication date 16 November 2022 | 20:05 | ICT

Transactions in the Cambodian condominium market are gradually gaining pace, as local buyers look to snap up bargains while Covid-19 continues to keep international investors away, forcing sellers to scale back their dependency on foreign

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