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Friday, April 28, 2017

[Demographic Vietnamization: Border, Svay Rieng] Vietnam, Cambodia to build HCMC-Phnom Penh expressway

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Vietnam, Cambodia to build HCMC-Phnom Penh expressway
The Vietnamese and Cambodian governments have agreed to jointly invest in an expressway connecting HCMC and the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh to facilitate road transportation between the two countries.
Vietnam Net Bridge | 27 April 2017

Vietnamese Minister of Transport Truong Quang Nghia and Cambodian Public Works and Transport Minister Sun Chanthol on April 25 signed a memorandum on construction of HCMC - Moc Bai and Phnom Penh - Bavet expressways.
The memorandum was one of four important documents signed during the official visit by Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc to the neighboring country on April 24 and 25.
The 65-kilometer HCMC - Moc Bai section will be built by the Vietnamese side while Cambodia will implement the 130-kilometer Phnom Penh - Bavet section with funding to be provided by Japan.
The HCMC - Moc Bai expressway with six lanes is planned to run in parallel with Highway 22, and is estimated to cost about US$650 million. It will allow for a maximum speed of 120 kilometers an hour.
The expressway will play an important role in connecting HCMC with the border economic zones and urban areas of the southern key economic zone, allowing for easier access to international seaports and airports and the ASEAN region.
The two sides also agreed to continue developing transport infrastructure.
The day earlier, Vietnam and Cambodia jointly inaugurated a bridge named Long Binh - Chrey Thom linking the two countries.
SGT

15 comments:

  1. Anonymous10:34 AM

    Khmer cannot pay for their own road...!

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    1. Anonymous4:43 PM

      10:34 AM

      Your Yuon country Vietnam couldn't even feed and take care your own Yuon citizens
      so that they don't leave Vietnam to survive in Cambodia !!!

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    2. Anonymous5:26 AM

      Agree 100% with your statement 10:34 AM. At the same time, it's their expansionist way of doing things for centuries...

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    3. Anonymous5:28 AM

      ...with your statement 10:34 AM should read with your statement 4:43 AM***

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    4. Anonymous9:23 AM

      Ahhahaha, read the comment @5:26AM. That's Khmer alright.

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  2. Anonymous9:28 AM

    Vietnam pays and builds their own side of the road. Japan pays and builds Cambodia's side of the road. Clearly Khmers are cheap and useless. What's wrong?

    You really need to improve.

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  3. Anonymous1:10 PM

    9:28 AM

    YOU are the one who needs to drink one cup of
    CLorox bleach then go to sleep !!!

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    1. Anonymous7:31 PM

      That Drgunzet at 9:28 AM needs Cyanide...

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  4. Anonymous2:45 AM

    I am getting tired of making fun of you folks. Can you stop being infantile? You really need to improve or perish.

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    1. Anonymous2:55 AM

      Really 2:45 AM? Already? Thought that we are just beginning to have fun here on T2P [another non-moderated blog for you to bash Khmer's race]! Haven't you been after just one blogger that stood up to you and Khmerization for your extreme racism towards the Khmer people?

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    2. Anonymous3:05 AM

      I thought you folks are racists and genocidal. Remember Khmer Rouge?

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    3. Anonymous3:26 AM

      Nah 3:05 AM, you commie Viet/Yuon started it, made it all up and [till now fooled the world] but not for long. Contrary to what you have been boasting yours as superior race, your time will come. Historically and practically speaking, how can a 5-million-inhabitant prosperous and peaceful Cambodia want to be communist without the 80-mill-and-so [back then] Viet/Yuon commie act of expansionism and terrorism? Remember the Federation of Indochina dreams of the now dead in hell Ho Chi Minh?

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    4. Anonymous12:21 PM

      Compatriot 3:26 AM

      We agree.
      Let's kick this Yuon Gook Gunzet around !!!

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  5. Anonymous9:48 AM

    The bottom line is Cambodia cannot pay for its own road, nor the Khmer folks know how to build road. Shame, shame, shame. Lame, lame, lame. Prove me wrong.

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  6. Anonymous4:19 PM

    9:48 AM

    Neither you crooked Yuon !!!

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