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Bourse Seminar

Bourse Seminar

A seminar aimed at helping Cambodian companies raise capital on US stock markets was held in Phnom Penh by Nevada-based PHI Group with participation by NASDAQ and the Cambodia Chamber of Commerce. Discussions centred on listing requirements, how to go public and keys to success as a publicly listed company in America. “We are excited to collaborate with NASDAQ and PHI Group to provide this unique opportunity for our members to learn about the US stock markets and ways they can raise capital to expand their business,” Cambodia Chamber of Commerce president Kith Meng said, according to a PHI Group release.

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