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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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CityLife is Cambodia’s premier FREE guide magazine, bringing good reading to all those in Phnom Penh and around town who like to keep their finger on their city’s pulse. Every two months, a glossy new volume of CityLife delivers fresh information on the best restaurants, bars, cafés, places, attraction, shop and many more in your neighborhoods and right across town. With its engagingfeature stories, lively reviews and sparkling photography, CityLife has become the essential reference for countless Cambodia residents, business people and visitors.

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CityLife is Cambodia’s premier FREE guide magazine, bringing good reading to all those in Phnom Penh and around town who like to keep their finger on their city’s pulse. Every two months, a glossy new volume of CityLife delivers fresh information on the best restaurants, bars, cafés, places, attraction, shop and many more in your neighborhoods and right across town. With its engagingfeature stories, lively reviews and sparkling photography, CityLife has become the essential reference for countless Cambodia residents, business people and visitors.

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The majority owners of Cambodian mobile phone provider Mfone lost more than US$13 million in the Kingdom last year.

Pointing to the large number of mobile operators active in Cambodia, Thaicom said there was a “price war and intense competition in the market” in its annual report, which added an appreciating Thai baht as a factor in the loss.

The Bangkok-listed company claimed a loss of 405 million baht (US$13.2 million) in its Cambodia results for 2010, on revenues of 959 million baht.

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Cambodia Citylife issue# 5 finally arrived !

This beautiful Cambodia E-magazine will bing you to some part of wonderland in Cambodia.

This issue also reveal the most important event that take place in Cambodia every year where Cambodian travel across the country to join the events.

Enjoy reading and your own pace!

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PHNOM PENH, Nov. 15 (Xinhua) — Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung arrived in Cambodia Monday morning to pay one-day official visit at the invitation of his Cambodian counterpart Prime Minister Hun Sen.

Nguyen Tan Dung was welcomed at the Phnom Penh International Airport by Cambodia’s Tourism Minister Thong Khon and other government officials.

During his visit, Nguyen Tan Dung will be received in a Royal Audience by King Norodom Sihamoni, according to the press release of Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.

Besides, Nguyen Tan Dung will pay courtesy calls on Senate President Chea Sim, National Assembly President Heng Samrin and will also hold an official talks with Prime Minister Hun Sen.

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MALAYAN Banking Bhd (Maybank) (1155) has so far opened nine branches in Cambodia to reach out to the customers there and tap the growing economic opportunities from improving external demand and easing credit conditions.

“Cambodia is expected to grow over 4 per cent this year and we see good prospects for the country, which continues to attract strong foreign investment.

“Given the overall positive outlook of the country, we will also see loan growth in our Cambodian operations,” Maybank global wholesale banking head Abdul Farid Alias said in a statement.

With the latest branch unveiled in Sihanoukville yesterday, Abdul Farid said Maybank now has nine branches. The bank plans to open two more by the end of next year.

Source: according btimes.com.my

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