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Recovery focus of July finance conference

Recovery focus of July finance conference

MEMBERS of the finance sector will converge for the first Cambodia Finance International Conference on July 17 and 18 to be held at NagaWorld Hotel and Casino, organisers said Wednesday.

The event, which organisers hope will attract about 2,000 people, will bring together national and international business leaders, as well as investment bankers, venture capitalists, fund managers and senior ministry officials.

The highlight is expected to be a leadership forum about preparing for economic recovery.

Speakers will also discuss strategic financial issues and best practice in the public sector.

More than 30 local and international companies will showcase their latest products, services and technologies at the expo, said organisers.

The event will be run by the Ministry of Economy and Finance, National Information Communications Technology Development Authority and International Data Group Indochina, said a statement. 


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