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PHNOM PENH -- In more ways than one, Foodpanda delivery driver Pros Savit has become an essential worker.
With his garment worker wife furloughed, the 24-year-old relies on the 80 cents he earns per delivery to feed his extended family of 10 and repay a loan.
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