The Council of Ministers has nullified a 2009 law that set minimum prices on telephone calls, paving the way for regulators to reset the country’s telecommunications prices, which industry executives say are too high. The law, Prakas 232, which has been widely flouted, set a minimum price of 4.5 cents per minute for calls made on the same network and 5.95 cents per minute for cross-network calls. It also limited top-up bonuses to not more than 50 percent and to a limited number of deals per year. In November, the Telecommunication Regulator of Cambodia (TRC) issued an order
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