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To our valued international subscribers

To our valued international subscribers

S ince early July, the Phnom Penh Post has been printed in

Cambodia rather than Thailand. In general, this affords us greater efficiency while

maintaining a high quality of publication. However, in the case of our international

subscriptions, we now incur additional administrative costs in order to insure prompt

delivery. We must therefore pass this cost on to you, the subscriber.

Please note that we can accept virtually all personal, company,

or cashier checks in US Dollars drawn on banks around the world with the exception

of Thailand, providing they are "payable" at a US-based bank. If you are

not able to provide such a check, please include an additional $25 processing fee

so as to avoid any penalty fees.

The Phnom Penh Post is the only newspaper in Cambodia

which has operated solely on revenues from advertisements, subscriptions and street

sales. As with the general economy in Cambodia, the Post is experiencing severe financial

pressures, as is clearly illustrated by our drastic reduction in advertising support.

We greatly appreciate your support in these trying times

and hope you will continue your subscription.

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