FORMERLY known as the International Busines Club, the Phnom Penh-based IBC said Wednesday it had changed its name to the International Business Chamber, holding its first meeting under the new moniker. The IBC, a meeting place for local and international businesses with interests in Cambodia, also announced its business plan for 2010 at Wednesday's event, which includes the full takeover of a section of the Government-Private Sector Forum as the International Finance Corporation reduces its role in the scheme.
In Brief: IBC becomes a chamber
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