Cambodia Looks to Put Its Rice on the World’s Plate

FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — For as long as Cambodian rice farmers can remember, their product has had an unsavory reputation. Tough, dirty and unmilled, it was impossible to cook evenly, and even farmers traded it as pig feed in exchange for cash or better-quality rice from Vietnam or Thailand.

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