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China pledges more investment in Cambodia, but is Phnom Penh selling itself short?

Road signs and advertising boards in Phnom Penh were traditionally written in two languages: Khmer and English. But things are changing in Cambodia s colourful capital. Dotted around the city these days are signs, both literal and metaphorical, of China s growing influence in one of Southeast Asia s poorest nations. In Phnom Penh on Thursday, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang signed 19 agreements worth billions of dollars to develop Cambodia s infrastructure, agriculture and...

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