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Loan to help water, tourism and finance

The Ministry of Economy and Finance signed on for a $67 million loan from the ADB on Thursday that will be used to boost the Kingdom’s water supply, tourism and the financial sector.

Treatment plants and pipelines will receive $34 million in enhancements across nine provinces. Infrastructure in Cambodia’s lesser-known tourism areas – including Kep and Kampot – will receive an $18 million boost.

And $15 million will go towards lifting administration and governance in Cambodia’s finance sector.

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