Japanese firm to invest $15m in serviced apartment complex

Japanese property firm Leopalace21 Corp will build a serviced apartment complex in Phnom Penh costing $15 million to cater to the growing demand from foreign business executives and short-term travellers in one of Southeast Asia’s fastest-growing …
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