After more than three years under construction, a $15-million private hospital in Phnom Penh funded jointly by the renowned Cho Ray Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City and Cambodian petroleum giant Sokimex will officially open its doors in January, municipal officials said Wednesday. The Cho Ray Phnom Penh Hospital—which sits on a 5-hectare plot in Meanchey district’s Niroth commune—will be inaugurated on January 13, but will begin providing limited medical services later this month, municipal governor Pa Socheatvong said during a meeting at City Hall on Wednesday. “[Prime Minister] Hun Sen and the Vietnamese Prime Minister [Nguyen Tan
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