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In Brief: Telcos meeting delayed

In Brief: Telcos meeting delayed

A telecoms meeting on pricing with officials of the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications and the private sector originally scheduled for Friday has been delayed until next week, a manager in the industry said. Minister So Khun is this week away in Laos, which prompted the rescheduling of the meeting, the manager added. On September 29, So Khun signed a circular with Finance Minister and Keat Chhon, which they also sent to Prime Minister Hun Sen, warning firms in the sector over “free” and low tariffs as well as tax obligations.

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