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Government spokesman Khieu Kanharith said he would ask PM Hun Sen to consider a proposal that would allow foreign radio stations' programs to be broadcast locally. Kanharith, who is also secretary of state at the Ministry of Information, said he would propose the idea at the next Council of Ministers meeting. "It is a good idea, and it will allow the local stations to earn some money," he told the Post on August 22. He said the idea would allow local stations to broadcast programs from international stations such as Voice of America and Radio Free Asia.


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