Ministry set to meet the salt community over challenges

Publication date 22 March 2019 | 13:27 | ICT

The Minister of Industry and Handicraft will hold a meeting with the Kingdom’s salt community in Kep and Kampot provinces next week to discuss the industry’s challenges, ministry spokesman Oum Sotha said.

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