State Counsellor returns from China, Cambodia trip

State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi has returned from an eight-day foreign trip to China and Cambodia, bringing back investments worth ¥1 billion yuan (about US$148 million) from Beijing.

The State Counsellor arrived late Monday in Nay Pyi Taw from Cambodia, the last leg of her trip.

During her three-day Cambodian stay, which started on April 29, she met with Prime Minister Hun Sen and other senior officials in a bid to boost trade ties between the two countries.

The two leaders held talks focussed on increasing economic cooperation as well as boosting  cultural, tourism, religious and educational ties, according to a statement from the Cambodian leader’s aide.

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