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In Brief: World Bank report due

In Brief: World Bank report due

THE World Bank is due to publish a new economic review of Cambodia and the rest of the region on Tuesday, it said in a press release late last week. The report will give an update on the impact of the global financial crisis on the region, the organisation said, with particular focus on the repercussions for poor people in Cambodia and the Asia-Pacific. The report is to also assess the impact of China's slowed GDP growth on the rest of the region.

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