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Ministries to make Unicode switch

The Council of Ministers has announced that Khmer Unicode, the only globally standardised encoding of the Khmer script, is to be used on official documents and correspondences at all government levels. The long-awaited switch from non-interchangeable computer script came into effect following an official decree signed by Nady Tan, a government adviser, on December 24. The switch should take place within 60 days of the official announcement, the decree states.

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