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Bank of China offers e-banking in Cambodia

Bank of China offers e-banking in Cambodia

The Bank of China in Cambodia has officially launched e-banking services for its domestic customers. E-banking would allow customers to manage their accounts and loans, transfer money and conduct other bank transactions online, the bank said. These services would be available to both retail and corporate clients, it said. The state-owned Bank of China’s market capitalisat-ion at the end of 2010 was almost US$140 billion, ranking it sixth among all the publicly listed banks in the world, according to company officials.

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