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Cambodia Stock Exchange

As Asian markets surge ahead, Cambodia – big on ambition – has been determined to join the crowd. It’s been much long awaited, but the Cambodian Stock Exchange finally opened on April 18th, 2012 – with a handful of the country’s biggest corporate players lining up to get in first. With the Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) or Securities Exchange Commission of Cambodia (SECC) in place to determine the strength of the companies and establish disclosure and capitalization guidelines, the believers and supporters of the Cambodia Stock Exchange are pushing ahead. F.U.G.I International Co., Ltd has been one of these believers, recognizing that the securities market is the “lifeblood of a capitalist economy”. The launching of securities trading in the Cambodia Stock Exchange ended the wait for the public, national and international investors, of this market. While the Cambodian economy has steadily grown, the nation is still considered a frontier market with potential.

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