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In Brief: Stock exchange signing

In Brief: Stock exchange signing

THE Korea Exchange (KRX) and the Cambodian government will sign an official joint-venture agreement on Cambodia's proposed stock exchange today, KRX project director Inpyo Lee said Sunday. The agreement will be signed by KRX chairman and CEO Lee Jung-hwan and Finance Minister Keat Chhon at the Ministry of Finance. The signing ceremony was originally scheduled for February 19 but was postponed when Lee Jung-hwan injured his back and was unable to travel.

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