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Sathapana claims inaugural CMA title at Olympic Stadium

Sathapana claims inaugural CMA title at Olympic Stadium

The inaugural Cambodia Microfinance Association (CMA) Championship came to an end yesterday at Olympic Stadium with Sathapana Limited taking the title after a 3-2 win over Prassac Microfinancial Institution in the final. The 12-team event, which started on November 6, was organised by the CMA for teams consisting purely of people working in the microfinance money-lending industry.

“The goal of this event was to get together the people that are working in the microfinance business and to establish a good relationship between them,” CMA CEO Bun Mony told the Post. 

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