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Coronavirus pandemic deepens Cambodia's microfinance 'crisis'

Country has more than 2.6 million borrowers with loans of more than $10 billion

PHNOM PENH -- Mired in debt, Sok Khim and her husband Kai Vai face losing their land and business. They are far from alone.

The couple, in their 50s, run a roadside restaurant in Kampong Speu, a province west of Phnom Penh that has the highest number of microcredit loans in Cambodia.

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