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Prince Group chairman Neak Oknha Chen Zhi donates $1 million to assist Lao Covid-19 fight

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Prince Group chairman Neak Oknha Chen Zhi donates $1 million to assist Lao Covid-19 fight

Neak Oknha Chen Zhi, the chairman of Prince Holding Group – one of Cambodia's largest and fastest growing conglomerates – has donated $1 million to the Lao government in response to calls from the Cambodian authorities to strengthen cooperation with Laos in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.

The driving force behind Cambodia's successful Prince Holding Group – which includes Prince Real Estate Group, Prince Bank, Prince Huan Yu, Belt Road Capital Management and Cambodia Airways, Chen Zhi is no stranger to the Kingdom's business landscape.

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The Cambodian entrepreneur was also recognised as the "Entrepreneur of the Year – Conglomerates" at the 2021 International Business Awards, being the only entrepreneur honoured in a category that celebrates leaders running multi-industry businesses.

In addition, he is one of the three Asian business leaders recognised for their dynamic entrepreneurialism in different sectors during one of the most challenging years for corporate leadership.

In an era when leading corporates are fulfilling their social responsibilities, Neak Oknha Chen Zhi and his leadership team at Prince Group have been working tirelessly for the social good in Cambodia, and playing their part in helping the Kingdom overcome the pandemic.

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