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Casino operator NagaCorp plans $350m resort near Angkor Wat

Company's first nongambling project met with skepticism as pandemic hits tourism

NagaCorp, which operates the NagaWorld casino in Phnom Penh, plans a non-gaming resort near the Angkor Wat temple complex. (Photo by Vann Soben)

PHNOM PENH -- Casino operator NagaCorp this week revealed plans for a nongambling resort near Cambodia's famous Angkorian temples on 75 hectares of land leased from the government at a bargain rate.

The Hong Kong-listed company runs the country's largest casino complex, NagaWorld, in Phnom Penh, where it has a monopoly license.

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