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National rail system in the pipeline

National rail system in the pipeline

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Source : KhmerTimes

An agreement to build a national rail system has been reached by the Royal Group and two major Chinese companies.

The joint venture will refurbish the rail link from Phnom Penh to the Thai border and upgrade the rail expressway from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville.

There will be new lines from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap and from Phnom Penh to the Vietnam border.

Royal Group, led by prominent businessmen Kith Meng, signed the agreement with China-based Railway 17th Bureau Group and Sino Great Wall International Engineering at the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing.

Cambodia has …

Skytrain a bold vision for city

Skytrain a bold vision for city

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Source: Phnom Penh Post

Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has confirmed it will kick off work on a feasibility study for a $800 million skytrain that would run through Phnom Penh following recent talks between Japanese and Cambodian ministers.

Chin Kimheang, program officer at the Public Relations & Training Affairs Section for JICA Cambodia, told Post Property work on a detailed feasibility study for the skytrain would now begin in August with the intentions of submitting the study to the Cambodian government for review once completed.

The feasibility study, which was initially supposed to start in April and which follows …

How to do better? The burning question

How to do better? The burning question

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Source : KhmerTimes

The Phnom Penh skyline is vastly different today, compared with ten years ago. Back then, buildings were likely to  be only three storeys tall. Some newer buildings perhaps went up to five.
However today, Cambodia’s property sector is booming with high-rise buildings sprouting all across the city, and with it a whole set of new challenges for city authorities.
“For example if there is a fire on the 32nd floor of a building, it is a difficult problem for us because we don’t have a ladder on our fire trucks long enough to reach that,” says Phnom …