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Indian sugar company receives 7,635 hectares

Indian sugar company receives 7,635 hectares

IndiaN-owned company Kamadeno Venture Cambodia has been awarded a 7,635-hectare land concession in Kratie province to grow sugarcane, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Chief of Cabinet Hong Narith said Monday. The concession is in the province’s Sambo district. Almost 11,000 hectares was planted in sugarcane in Cambodia this year, according to figures from the Agriculture Ministry. The main sugar-growing province is Koh Kong, where 3,244 hectares of the crop was planted.

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