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YCH signed on for major logistics hub

Publication date 04 March 2021 | 22:10 | ICT

The Ministry of Public Works and Transport and Singapore-based YCH Group on March 4 signed a Framework of Agreement (FA) to develop the highly-anticipated Phnom Penh Logistics Complex (PPLC) in a move to integrate Cambodia’s logistics

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