As Cambodia came to terms with election results showing big losses for the ruling Cambodian People’s Party on Monday, businesses and markets across the capital stayed shut, though officials said the lull in commercial activity was not because people were fearful of unrest. As polls shut on Sunday, some of the city’s residents queued to take money out of ATMs and drivers rushed to petrol stations to fill up their cars as violence broke out between an angry mob and police officers in the south of the city. “I had also received information about the shops and markets
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