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Buoy away

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TRACEY SHELTON

Phnom Penh port crew prepare to drop the first of 57 buoys that will mark a safe passage for river transport from Phnom Penh to Kampong Cham. In his speech during the lauching ceremony Thursday, Minister of Public Works and Transport Tram Iv Tek said this program is vital for Cambodia's economic development.

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