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Welcome to LIFT issue 61

This week, Lift is looking at two stories that never seem to leave the news. They are two issues that never fail to get a reaction, regardless of which side of the issues you stand on.

Our cover feature (page 6) is about the impact of Vietnamese business on Cambodia now, and into the future. There seems to be more attention on our neighbours to the east these days, but we wanted to make sure not to forget about our neighbours to the west as well, since Vietnamese investment is one of the driving forces behind development in the Kingdom.

Our second story is about the current state of the Sam Rainsy Party (page 10). Everyone knows that their president is in self-imposed exile in France, but the parties efforts to gain support and financial backing must go on, and we wanted to know how its going for those members still in the Kingdom.

We are also giving away two Nokia Phones at the end of the month, and we hope you will enter the contest on page on page 7.

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