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New TV program

New TV program

Apsara TV will launch a new program on September 21 at 6:30pm that will deal with

business, finance and the economy. The program will be aired monthly in both Khmer

and French at different times and will be directed by Alain Gascuel, who is also

the editor-in-chief of the monthly magazine Cambodge Nouveau.

Initial subjects for examination will include a look at the company Sarika, a discussion

with students about their ability to secure employment and an analysis of the recent

visit to Cambodia by the new World Bank president Robert Zoellick.


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