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Ranariddh Attends World Economic Forum

Ranariddh Attends World Economic Forum

F irst Prime Minister Prince Norodom Ranarridh left Phnom Penh Nov 19 to attend the

World Economic Forum in Hong Kong.

According to the PM's Cabinet, the Prince attended the conference in order to encourage

investment in Cambodia.

Ranariddh said Cambodia was making progress toward restorating its infrastructure

but needed to develop agriculture, tourism and light industry.

During the visit he met with the President of Hong Kong's stock exchange who expressed

a willingness to assist in setting up an exchange in Phnom Penh.

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