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In Brief: Battambang's first mall

In Brief: Battambang's first mall

BATTAMBANG’s first shopping mall will open its doors in early 2010, Battambang Supermarket Managing Director Phou Puy said Sunday. Construction of the US$9 million, four-storey retail complex on National Road 5 in O’char commune was 85 percent complete. Marketing of the retail space, which includes air-conditioning and elevators, had not yet started, he said. The complex has taken one-and-a-half years to build. Battambang Provincial Hall Finance Director Uy Liv said the mall would create jobs and boost the local economy. SOEUN SAY

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