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Cambodia Daily, television sets, Radios, Telephone service, electronic communications

The government controls all electronic communications in Cambodia. Telephone service is barely adequate in the capital and almost nonexistent elsewhere. In 1997 only 9 television sets existed for every 1,000 people. Radios are more common, totaling 128 for every 1,000 people. About 20 newspapers are published in Cambodia, most of them not widely available outside of Phnom Penh. The Cambodia Daily is published in a combination of English and Khmer. The most important Khmer-language daily is Reaksmei Kampuchea (Light of Cambodia). The Phnom Penh Post is published biweekly in English.



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