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First for bank meeting

First for bank meeting

CAMBODIA hosted the ASEAN Banking Council Meeting of the ASEAN Bankers Association for the first time Thursday as the two-day event kicked off in Phnom Penh with discussions covering cooperation on finance, investment and trade, as well as education. “Cambodia has enjoyed political stability and rapid economic growth for the past decade and is now on the investment map of many businessmen,” Pung Kheav Se, chairman of the Association of Banks in Cambodia, said in a welcome message to delegates.

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