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Cambodia signs MoU with China for tourism

Cambodia signs MoU with China for tourism

Chinese and Cambodian officials have signed a memorandum of understanding to increase exchanges of investment and training for tourism, the Ministry of Tourism said in a press release yesterday.

The deal seeks to increase cooperation between the private and public sectors in the tourism industry of each country.

The agreement, part of China’s One Belt, One Road Initiative, also promotes exchanges in human resource training, training for management and good governance and the creation of more direct flights between the countries.

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