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Shopping mall plans

Shopping mall plans

US shopping-mall giant JSM has announced plans to build a 99,000 square meter shopping

mall in Phnom Penh. JSM owns $1.5 billion worth of shopping malls in the US and as

part of the expansion into South East Asia, has created JSM Indochina. The company

plans to bring US style shopping malls to Cambodia and Vietnam. Company founder Craig

Jones announced that a pre-let agreement had already been signed with Parkson, the

Malaysian department store, which will be the Phnom Penh mall's anchor tenant, taking

up nearly two thirds of the space. Land permits are also in place to add a 600-space

car park and 100 serviced apartments to the development.

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