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Preah Sihanouk Provincial Governor Hopes Mong Rithy’s Agro-Industrial Work Will Bring Investment and Development

Sihanoukville: The Governor of Preah Sihanouk Province, Kouch Chamroeun, praised Mong Rithy for his contributions to the development of the agro-industry sector, and for helping people find jobs in this field. He believes that in the future, Mong Rithy’s palm oil and rubber plantations, as a key contribution to the agro-industrial sector in Cambodia, will bring potential investment and development.

While inspecting the development in the palm oil and rubber plantations owned by Mong Rithy in Stung Hav and Prey Nob districts of Preah Sihanouk province on Wednesday, 16 March, Governor Kouch Chamroeun stated that the development of agro-industry in the area will help people find jobs and will help build schools for students to learn, increase human resources and improve the lives of their families. He hopes and believes that in the future, this area will become an area with investment potential that can attract investors.

The provincial governor also visited Rithy 5 Primary School in Cheung Ko commune, Prey Nob district, Preah Sihanouk province, to learn about the living conditions of the workers in the Mong Rithy agro-industrial development area.

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