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New Briefs: Forex Seminar

New Briefs: Forex Seminar

Reuters/IMIC is sponsoring a one-day seminar on foreign exchange issues on July 15.

The seminar is open to banking officails and the general public and will be held

at the National Bank of Cambodia on Tousamuth Blvd.

The seminar will feature a live satellite feed demonstrating the Reuters 2000 Series

wire service which provides daily, up-to-date information on banking and financial

services, including exchange rates and stock market quotations.

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