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Japan’s economic and technical support for building bridges and improving roads and other transport infrastructure around Indochina was praised at a meeting of the Mekong-Japan Cooperation Forum in Cambodia on Friday.

A succession of speakers pointed to projects built with Japanese aid which play vital roles in speeding the flow of goods and people among the five nations through which the Mekong River flows — Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam.

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