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An enduring friendship that knows no boundaries

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Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong (left) and Prime Minister Hun Sen at the 34rd Asean Summit in Bangkok, Thailand, June 23, 2019. Photo: Office of the Council of Ministers

An enduring friendship that knows no boundaries

National Day wishes

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“We appreciate Cambodia being one of the first countries to recognise Singapore’s independence 54 years ago and may this special relationship between our 2 countries continue to grow and prosper together.”
Ong Teong Hoon
Shareholders’ Representative
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“SCIA would like to wish Singapore a joyous 54th birthday! As a member of Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) Group, we are proud to be a unique school in Cambodia that upholds the standards of an integrated Singapore and international education.”
Anselm Chu
MD and School Director
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“Warm wishes to Singapore and its national’s on the 54th National Day.”
Manish Jain
Mangng Director
Fujito Pte Ltd.


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