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In Brief: City raises duty on Doody

In Brief: City raises duty on Doody

Phnom Penh Municipality

imposed a 300-riel "voluntary" fee for those wishing to use public

toilets at this year's festivities, said city public works and

transport department official Sam Samuth, adding that 10 times more

bathrooms were on hand for visitors, including 100 holes dug into the

ground on Chruoy Changvar to accommodate the thousands of boat racers

encamped there. "After the festival, we will cover all the waste with

dirt," he said.

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