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In Brief: Japan to pay for school in k cham

In Brief: Japan to pay for school in k cham

The Japanese government vowed Tuesday to grant US$152,600 to the Association of School Aid in Cambodia to build Thkov Primary School in Batheay district, Kampong Cham province, a Japanese embassy statement said. The new building is to be two storeys high and contain 10 classrooms for the more than 600 students who currently study there, it said.

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