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Camko to finish condos

Camko to finish condos

CAMKO City, the satellite development scheduled to house the country’s first stock exchange, will have completed eight 16-storey condominiums, with a further seven following by the end of the year, a representative of the developer World City Co Ltd said Wednesday. Kheng Ser, assistant to World City Vice President Duk-Kon Kim, said the units would represent the end of the first phase of residential development. “Now, we pre-booking for rent and sale,” he said, adding that 80 percent of the properties were sold. World City has invested US$109 million so far in the first phase of Camko.

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