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In Brief: Hanoi road works to be finished soon

In Brief: Hanoi road works to be finished soon

City officials said Monday that the controversial Hanoi Road expansion will be completed in a month. Khoung Sreng, the governor of Sen Sok district, told the Post the expansion had affected 90 families in Teuk Thla and Phnom Penh Thmey communes. "Sixty percent of the 4-kilometre length has been paved," he said, adding that of the 90 affected families, 22 houses had been demolished and those families had already agreed to a 32-square-metre plot of land at Thnot Chrum in exchange.

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