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Scuba diving industry aims to expand into local market

Publication date 29 January 2023 | 21:14 | ICT

Tourism making a big comeback in 2023 is the fervent hope of a great many Cambodians who have long relied on the flood of visitors to the Kingdom each year and the boost to their business they bring with them.

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