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Aeon opens first Japanese shopping mall in Cambodia


Japanese retailer Aeon on Monday opened a giant mall in Phnom Penh, Cambodia -- the first Japanese shopping mall in the country.

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen and Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida presided over the opening of the $205 million four-story mall which has 190 shops.

Kishida is on a three-day visit to Cambodia where he will sign agreements that provide the country with new aid.

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Please open one in Sydney!

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to exploit Cambodians by selling overpriced goods in tiny quantities?

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