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Vendors seek discount

Vendors seek discount

Nearly 50 vendors from Boeung Trabek Plaza in the capital’s Chamkarmon district protested for the third day yesterday, demanding that their landlord further discount rent because they were not attracting enough customers.

“The market still has no customers, so we want the rent discounted by 70 per cent until it attracts more customers,” vendor Chhit Chhaya said. Keo Khemrak, Boeung Trabek Plaza deputy manager, said that company and vendor representatives had held two rounds of negotiations this month, with no success.

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