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New construction body

New construction body

THE Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction has formed a new Cambodia Constructor’s Association, a ministry official said. Lao Tip Seiha, director of the Department of Construction, said Tuesday the new body had been formed on February 8 “for exchanging experience and skills with constructors in ASEAN countries”. In total, 819 building firms – 166 foreign-owned – would be invited to join the new association, he added. “It’s very good for our country – constructors can learn … from other ASEAN countries,” said Chhean Dara, construction site manager of LDL International Co.

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