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PM pledges support for Vietnam investors

PM pledges support for Vietnam investors

Vietnam’S Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung thanked Prime Minister Hun Sen Wednesday for his government’s creation of a favourable environment for Vietnamese enterprises to investment in Cambodian aviation, banking, telecoms and agriculture, according to Vietnamese media reports. Ahead of the opening of the 25th Southeast Asian Games in Laos, he said he wanted to enhance cooperation with Cambodia in economic, trade and investment matters, the Vietnam News Agency reported. Hun Sen pledged to continue facilitating Vietnamese firms’ business activities in Cambodia, according to the agency.

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