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In Brief: Finance firm expands

In Brief: Finance firm expands

Hong Kong-based TFC Capital is

expanding its operations in Cambodia, saying it hopes to invest in

mining, agriculture and hospitality and to launch a Cambodia investment

Fund this year, according to a company statement. The expansion plans

include adding two executives and establishing an analyst team, it

said. TFC has offices in Hong Kong, the Philippines, Turkey, Poland and

Shanghai. "Cambodia is regarded as an important market because of its

huge - largely untapped - potential for growth," it said.

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