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Hun Sen denies taiwanese trade office will open

Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday re-asserted the Kingdom’s longstanding one-China policy as he denied reports that a Taiwanese trade office would open in Phnom Penh next month.

He said no office would be allowed on Cambodian soil as “Taiwan is only a province of China”.

No Taiwanese flag or representative is allowed in the Kingdom, he added. While China is the government’s largest investor and lender, Taiwan invested $935 million between 1994 and 2012 and is a key player in the garment industry.

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