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Royal Group donates $30,000 for clean up

Royal Group donates $30,000 for clean up

In response to a request from First Prime Minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh, the

Royal Cambodia Group donated U.S. $30,000 to the government to construct trash bins

for use in Phnom Penh.

Ranariddh called on the private sector to help out with the current campaign to clean

up the capital city. With construction costs for the bins estimated at $30 each,

the Royal Group's donation will enable an additional 1,000 trash receptacles to be

placed around town.

Royal Group's chairman Sophan Kith presentedon Oct. 9 a check to State Ministers

Veng Sereyvuth and Sok An, and Minister of Commerce Var Huot.

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