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A lack of proper regulation, unrealistic market data and a constant stream of disputes between Cambodia‘s mobile operators will likely hinder the country’s future telecommunication regulator effectively governing the sector, according to a leading research firm.

Without the enactment of a telecommunications law, which is currectly at the Coucil of Ministers after first being drafted in 2000, the proposed Telecom Regulator of Cambodia (TRC), will have no way to settle disputes between operators, Business Monitor International (BMI) said in a quarterly analysis of the Cambodian and Lao telecommunication markets, published in June.

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Commerce Minister Cham Prasidh yesterday signed an agreement with Indonasia’s Trade Minister Gita Wirawan to export 100,000 tons of milled rice to Indonasia every year, officials said.

although details- such as when the export will begin and where the rice will be sourced- have yet to be negotiated, the deal is considered an important, the deal is considered an important step toward reaching the government’s target of exporting 1 million tons of milled rice by 2015, said Thon Virak, general director of Green Trade Co,.a state-owned rice exporter.

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Mfone Vs Metfone

Mfone Vs Metfone

TWO of Cambodia’s largest mobile operators – Metfone and Mfone – have blocked calls between their networks this week over a disputed US$500,000 fee payment, an official said yesterday.

 

The Kingdom’s second- and third-largest mobile operators respectively, as measured by government data on subscriber numbers, have taken turns blocking services since Tuesday, according to Mfone Chief Financial Officer Naruemon Sriphan.

The dispute arose over more than $500,000 in interconnectivity charges which Mfone believes was owed to it by Vietnamese military-backed Metfone, she said.

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