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Adding experts: IMF rep to the Kingdom

Adding experts: IMF rep to the Kingdom

Adding experts
Fasal Ahmed will take over from Milan Zavadjil as IMF Resident Representative in Cambodia effective on July 1, IMF economist Olaf Unteroberdoerster wrote.

Zavadji is now the IMF Senior Resident Representative for Cambodia and Indonesia, and is based in Jakarta, but National Bank of Cambodia Director General and Spokesperson Nguon Sokha said the IMF aimed to have a permanent representative at its Phnom Penh office, which would assist authorities with reform and conduct consultations.

Phnom Penh-based IMF official Leng Chan Leapho deferred questions on the role yesterday until the representative arrives in Cambodia. 

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