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Vendors protest swift closure of market

Vendors protest swift closure of market

More than 100 Tonob market vendors in the capital’s Russei Keo district protested outside the market on Saturday night against what they said was a sudden and unannounced closure. Vendor Eung Ton said the vendors feared that the market’s new owner, Ou Sethanou, was making way for a new development. Ou Sethanou, however, said that he had given the vendors five days notice and that he only wanted to build a new roof.


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