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Property.area signs MOU with INNEWS

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By Kong Sorya

Phnom Penh: Cambodia’s leading real estate news website Propertyarea.asia and INNEWS have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on disseminating information from Cambodia to the world, especially to China.

The signing took place between Mr. Yin Leang Kong, co-founder and CEO of Propertyarea.asia, and Mr. AMO, CEO of INNEWS last weekend.

According to the press release, the signing took place for a number of important purposes as follow:

Firstly, sharing information with each other. Secondly, collaborating on the writing of articles and producing videos together. Thirdly, providing joint communication and advertising benefits. Fourthly, focusing on disseminating comprehensive economic information to the region and China.

Mr. Yin Leang Kong, CEO of Propertyarea.asia, said after the signing ceremony that he was pleased with the collaboration as it provided a win-win basis for all, and more importantly, the dissemination of economic, financial, real estate and stock market informations to countries in the region and China.

“In his 25 years of journalism career, he has been making significant contributions to the government in sharing in-depth information to international readers,” he said. “We have always supported the Royal Government through writings and presentations in order to see the country move towards rapid prosperity,” he said.

Mr. Yin Leang Kong continued that the dissemination of positive information about the socio-economic development of Cambodia is very important to show a positive image of Cambodia on the international stage, which will contribute to confidence and attract investment from international investors to Cambodia in which the Royal Government under the leadership of Samdech Moha Borvor Thipadei Hun Manet always pays attention and focuses on high priorities.

At the same time, Mr. Amo, CEO of INNEWS, expressed his pleasure and belief that this bond of cooperation will be fruitful and bring benefits to both nations and peoples of both countries.

INNEWS focuses on disseminating information in three languages: Khmer, English and Chinese, and is legally registered in Cambodia.

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