Eight-year investment in Cambodia's a...

Eight-year investment in Cambodia's airports

There are 2 comments on the Pnompenh Post story from Nov 7, 2012, titled Eight-year investment in Cambodia's airports. In it, Pnompenh Post reports that:

Almost $400 million will be invested in Cambodia's airports over the next eight years, the trade magazine Airport World has reported.

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Angkor

Renton, WA

#1 Nov 7, 2012
Eight-year investment in Cambodia's airports

Almost $400 million will be invested in Cambodia’s airports over the next eight years, the trade magazine Airport World has reported.

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This is one of the projects that hundreds of millions of US dollars is dropping in Cambodia.
Am I wrong in another post ?
Free money, everybody want to build Cambodia for Khmers. Followings will be fees and employments for Cambodia.

$400mils is underestimate and not enough. It will be another at least $400mils, that is how the business goes.

Well, Long Meng will ship more LX570. Khmers have too much money now.

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CAMBODIANARMYNUM BER1

Kent, WA

#2 Nov 29, 2012
No one cares, still poor

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