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Phnom Penh’s retail space tops 613,000sqm

Publication date 17 January 2023 | 21:17 | ICT

The launch of nine new commercial developments in 2022 has brought the total retail space in Phnom Penh to more than 613,000sqm, according to real estate firm CBRE Cambodia, in a feat that has been attributed to effective Covid-19



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