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Royal copiers for First PM

Royal copiers for First PM

Prince Norodom Ranariddh's office on Street 214 has been given a high-tech boost

with the donation of two state-of-the-art laser copiers. The gift was made by the

Royal Group of Companies in conjunction with Canon Singapore Ltd who presented the

equipment to Prime Minister Ranariddh at a donation ceremony on Jan 4.

The gift, valued at $50,000, was made because of "The Royal Group's committment

to support the government in the economic development and rehabilitation of the country"

according to company chairman Meng Kith.

The Royal Group has been a regular contributor to both Prime Ministers. Last month

they donated similar equipment to Second Prime Minister Hun Sen.

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