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In Brief: Suburban mall to open

In Brief: Suburban mall to open

A NEW shopping centre on the fringes of Phnom Penh will open its doors on June 22, municipal authorities said Sunday. Russei Keo district's New Plaza Market - a construction project started in early 2007 - aims to reduce pedestrian congestion in the city, Pa Socheatvong, deputy governor of Phnom Penh Municipality, said Friday at an opening ceremony. The market is owned by Attwood Business Centre. "It is crucial to have such a market on the outskirts of Phnom Penh to meet demand ... to cut time spent travelling into the city," Pa Socheatvong said.

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