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FFC boosted by lump sum from BIDC Bank

FFC boosted by lump sum from BIDC Bank

Cambodia-Vietnam Investment Association president and BIDC Bank representative Chin Pak Hour donated $100,000 to the Football Federation of Cambodia during a ceremony held at the FFC headquarters on Monday, presided over by FFC president Sao Sokha.

Chin Pak Hour also promised identical grants from the bank for the next four years. In a press release on Monday, BIDC president Ngen Ding Yern was quoted as saying: “The financial support we offer shows the commitment of our bank to Cambodian football and also [enhances] the reputation of our bank.

More importantly, this action helps consolidate the long-term cooperation between Vietnam and Cambodia.”

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