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By Dave Yin / Dec 03, 2019 02:49 AM / Business & Tech

Photo: VCG

Photo: VCG

State-owned telecom service provider China Unicom set up a branch in Cambodia, increasing the number of units in “countries and regions along the Belt and Road” to 13, the company said (link in Chinese).

“Chinese and Cambodian operators will deepen partnerships and provide native Cambodian companies and Chinese capital firms investing in Cambodia better network-cloud integrated telecom services,” Cambodia’s Posts and Telecommunications Minister H.E. Tram Iv Tek said in a statement. “We look forward to China Unicom deepening its participation in the ‘Digital Cambodia’ program.”

A company spokesperson did not provide additional details on the company's projects. The Cambodian unit is named China Unicom (Cambodia) Operations Co. Ltd.

China Unicom has dozens of subsidiaries and locations including Washington, the U.K., the Netherlands, Germany, Australia, Japan, Myanmar, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, Brazil and South Africa, according to the website of its Unicom Global subsidiary based in Hong Kong.

Contact reporter Dave Yin (davidyin@caixin.com)

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