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Bank Provides Business Know-How

Bank Provides Business Know-How

As part of Standard Chartered Bank's on-going efforts to assist companies who are

considering investing in Cambodia, the bank recently provided a business briefing

for a delegation from the Hong Kong-German Business Association.

The delegation included representatives from the banking, engineering, construction

and garment manufacturing sectors from the German business community in Hong Kong.

Standard Chartered is the first western bank to open a representative office in Phnom

Penh. It offers regular business briefings to its current and potential clients,

providing information on how to set up new business ventures, Cambodian investment

law, and business opportunities here.

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