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Ministry levies tax on overseas ads

The Ministry of Information is encouraging television stations to run Cambodian-made advertisements by imposing a tax on foreign-made ads. Information Minister Khieu Kanharith said Friday that the decision aims to give Cambodian artists a chance to showcase their work. “In order to encourage Khmer artists and provide them with work, television producers should give local artists a chance to show their talents and abilities,” he said.

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