Vietnamese business owners and managers in Phnom Penh on Tuesday said they were concerned their shops could become potential targets of ethnically motivated violence as anti-Vietnamese sentiment among protesters increases, but added they would continue to operate as normal—for now. “I am worried, but I still must stay open and sell,” said Uy Theary, manager of Kim Lien Mart on Street 90, which opened in October and sells imported goods from Vietnam. “During the protest last week, I closed the shop for one day because I was afraid some protesters would come and destroy my shop.” Ms. Theary,
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