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$52 m power plan for Sihanoukville

$52 m power plan for Sihanoukville

Sihanoukville, the country's main port and a popular tourist destination, will be

boosted by a $52 million electricity generation project over the next four years,

local media have reported.

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is offering a $20 million loan, and the Cooperation

Bank of Japan a $22.3 million loan for the power project, according to a statement

by the ADB. The power project would be finished in 2010 at a total cost of roughly

$52 million, with $9.7 million of the cost being met by Cambodia.


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