Cambodian President Hun Sen vowed Saturday to improve investment conditions in his country on the heels of a recent surge in Japanese business there, the Foreign Ministry said of his talks with Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda.
In the talks, Japan agreed to offer Cambodia up to ¥1.51 billion in projects to rebuild its roads and drainage system after flooding in September wrought major damage, the ministry said.
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