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Zoellick Visits Cambodia

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CAMBODIA [HIGH-RES]
August 5, 2007 - World Bank President Robert B. Zoellick(2nd from l.) meets with Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen (2nd from r.) and other World Bank and government officials.

Mr. Zoellick said today that "Cambodia is at a pivotal moment in its recent history, facing key choices as it marks its first decade of peace and stability after many years of shattering conflict and suffering."

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CAMBODIA [HIGH-RES]
August 5, 2007 - World Bank President Robert B. Zoellick (l.) is welcomed by the Senior Minister Keat Chhon, Minister of Economy and Finance(c.) and Secretary of State of Ministry of Economy and Finance Dr. Aun Ponmonirath(r.) to Cambodia.

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CAMBODIA [HIGH-RES]
August 5, 2007 - World Bank President Robert B. Zoellick (l.) is greeted by the Senior Minister Keat Chhon, Minister of Economy and Finance(r.).

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Land Titles: Prey Speu village


CAMBODIA [HIGH-RES]
August 5, 2007 - World Bank President Robert B. Zoellick assisted in handing out new land titles to the people of Prey Speu village, outside Phnom Penh. With support from the World Bank-financed Land Management and Administration Project, the Government is issuing more than 20,000 titles a month.

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CAMBODIA [HIGH-RES]
August 5, 2007 - Participants at a land titling ceremony held in the village of Prey Speu village located outside Phnom Penh.

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CAMBODIA [HIGH-RES]
August 5, 2007 - The villagers of Prey Speu proudly display their new land title certificates.

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CAMBODIA [HIGH-RES]
August 5, 2007 - People of Prey Speu village, located outside Phnom Penh, look at a land titling list.

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New Island Clothing: Phnom Penh


CAMBODIA [HIGH-RES]
August 5, 2007 - New Island Clothing (NIC) garment factory. NIC is one of 290 garment factories in Cambodia which exports goods to the United States and Europe. NIC operates in six countries: Cambodia, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Lithuania and Mauritius.
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CAMBODIA [HIGH-RES]
August 5, 2007 - New Island Clothing garment factory (NIC). The company produces men's and ladies’ formal and casual shirts, supplying these to Marks & Spencers, as well as to premium overseas customers.
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ACLEDA Bank Micro-Entrepreneur


CAMBODIA [HIGH-RES]
August 5, 2007 - World Bank President Robert B. Zoellick greets Leap Roth. Leap Roth, who lost a leg during the 1980s when a bomb fell on his rice mill, started his small workshop five years ago, in partnership with his wife Yi Lab. Leap Roth borrowed money from the ACLEDA Bank to help his business to grow.
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Supreme National Economic


CAMBODIA [HIGH-RES]
August 5, 2007 - World Bank President Robert B. Zoellick(c.) attends a lunch hosted by members of the Supreme National Economic Council (SNEC), a group of economic policy advisers to Prime Minister Hun Sen. World Bank Regional Vice President of East Asia and Pacific James W.Adams(l.) was also present.

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Media Conference


CAMBODIA [HIGH-RES]
August 5, 2007 - World Bank President Robert B. Zoellick at a media conference in Cambodia.

"Cambodia has the opportunity to build on its recent strong economic performance to broaden and deepen the foundation for sustainable economic growth. The World Bank wants to assist the Government to enact reforms to reduce rural poverty, encourage social development, improve the business and investment climate, and strengthen the rule of law. These next, essential steps would help the Government earn the respect of entrepreneurs and investors and, more importantly, the appreciation of Cambodians, who have suffered much and seek the full benefits of peace, growth and opportunity."


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