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Bank meet in Siem Reap

Bank meet in Siem Reap

SIEM Reap will host the Southeast Asian Central Banks (SEACEN) governors’ meet Friday, an annual congress aimed at improving financial cooperation and understanding in the region, a National Bank of Cambodia (NBC) official said Tuesday. All ASEAN members will take part, minus Laos, which will act as an observer, along with South Korea, Taiwan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Mongolia, Fiji and Papua New Guinea, said NBC Deputy Director General Nguon Sokha. The process aids sharing of ideas among countries that are mostly short of resources in banking and finance, she added. The Asian Development Bank and International Monetary Fund will also take part in this year’s two-day event.

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