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A Cambodian motor company has signed an agreement to buy hundreds of Vietnam-made

liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) motorbike conversion kits, the Vietnamese news agency

Huu Tra reported.

The inventor of the conversion kit, Bui Van Ga, said Global Impexs Motor Cambodia

Co Ltd has bought 400 carburetor kits to convert petrol engines to combust on LPG.

Ga said that using gas reduced environmental pollution by 30 percent and save 40

percent in fuel costs.

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