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In Brief: Phnom Penh Tower receives approval

In Brief: Phnom Penh Tower receives approval

Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction officials said they were satisfied with progress on the 22-storey Phnom Penh Tower development following a site visit Thursday. Kim Sang Soo, deputy general manager at Hyundai Amco Construction, the division of South Korea’s Hyundai Motor group behind the US$34 million tower, said work was 16 percent complete and would be finished by mid- 2011. Construction began at the site in December 2008.

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