A contract to build two sections of Cambodia’s new Siem Reap Angkor International Airport was awarded to China’s Shanxi Mechanization Construction Group. The CNY290 million ($42.2 million) deal includes construction of terminals, aprons, a runway, earthworks and drainage. In December 2016 the Cambodian government appointed China’s Yunnan Investment Holdings Ltd. (YIHL) to develop the new airport, located 50 km (31 mi.) from Siem Reap city. YIHL was given the right to ...

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