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In Brief: UK-Cambodia ties

In Brief: UK-Cambodia ties

The United Kingdom's minister of state at the British Foreign and

Commonwealth Office urged greater cooperation between ASEAN and the EU

Wednesday, and said that economic ties between the UK and Cambodia were

growing. "Cambodia welcomed more than 95,000 visitors from the UK last

year.... Cambodia is a good target for UK investors," Bill Rammell said

at a meeting organised by the Cambodia Development Resource Institute,

adding that the Kingdom needed to make progress on corruption. Rammell

is in Phnom Penh for the ASEAN-EU Ministerial meeting from 27-28 May.

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