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Japan aid

Japan aid

TOKYO - Japan will give Cambodia nine billion yen ($86.5 million) in aid for

fiscal 1994, starting on April 1, Kyodo news agency said on

Thursday.

Japan allocated $80.7 million in grant assistance to Cambodia

in the current fiscal year ending Mar 31.

The funds will go toward such

projects as rehabilitation of Route 6, restoration of a power plant in Phnom

Penh and improvement of water supply and drainage in the capital, it

said.

-Reuters

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