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PM cancels five concessions

PM cancels five concessions

Prime Minister Hun Sen said the government had cancelled five economic land concessions

with five companies due to their failure to meet contractual obligations. "I

decided to sign a government degree for stopping economic land concession projects

with five private companies according to the requests from Ministry of Agriculture,

Forestry and Fisheries," he said at the launch of the World Bank's Equity report

on June 12. Hun Sen said he had "run out of patience" with the contractors,

but did not say which concessions had been cancelled.

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