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Bank in S'ville

Bank in S'ville

O NE of Cambodia's leading banks, the Cambodian Farmers Bank, opened its first branch in Sihanoukville on Oct 26.

"Kompong Som (Sihanouk-ville) will in the near future be an international center for business and we expect to get many foreign investors," said Lach Sarindy, Operations Officer of the CFB office in the capital.

He said the bank, a Thai-Cambodian joint venture, was established in 1992 and planned to open branches in three other provinces next year.-Reuters

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