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Where is Cambodia’s exit strategy that can save the economy?

Publication date 02 July 2020 | 21:56 | ICT

With the prospect of being slammed by a double whammy, the government is working on an economic recovery plan to deliver it from Covid-19 and the EU’s partial withdrawal of the Everything But Arms scheme in the next two to three years

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