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Chipping in at Sihanoukville port

Chipping in at Sihanoukville port

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Photo by: HENG CHIVOAN

A vehicle loads processed wood chips onto a boat for export to China at Sihanoukville Autonomous Port in Preah Sihanouk province last week. The port aims to begin construction on its US$85 million expansion later this year, with a tentative completion date of 2014, said Chairman and CEO Lou Kim Chhun last week. The state-owned enterprise has just approved a deal with Japanese engineering consultancy company Nippon Koei Co, he added.

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