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Chruoy changvar project delayed

Chruoy changvar project delayed

Completion of the16-storey Mekong View Apartment has been pushed back to June this year after the company failed to finish by April, an official said on Monday. The US$5 million development project is a 3,000-square-metre block in Chroy Changvar commune. Bun Ches Groups Co Ltd assistant to the managing director Kann Suy Eang said the global financial crisis is not affecting project development. “We spent a lot of time working on the construction quality and decoration, which is why we are not on schedule,” he said. “We have enough finances to [finish], and we will complete everything in June this year.” He said the company has already sold 80 percent of the 116 units, which range between $US85,000 and $250,000 per unit.

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