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Highway vendors must relocate to market

Municipal police yesterday said about 300 vendors near the Phnom Praset resort on National Road 5 were causing traffic jams along the highway and had until January 1 to relocate to Prek Pnov market.

Un Srey, 42, a vegetable seller, said she was concerned about how the move would affect her business.

“I earn between US$5 and $8 dollars per day, and I’m worried that I can’t earn the same in the market because there won’t be enough customers.”

Khoun Sreng, Sen Sok district governor, said that everyone had to respect the law and that “vendors cannot do their business on public roads”.

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