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Marking 41 years of the re-establishment of the National Bank of Cambodia

Publication date 09 October 2020 | 11:34 | ICT

The National Bank of Cambodia (NBC) has been re-established for 41 years – since October 10, 1979 – playing an important role in developing an efficient, stable and sustainable banking system.



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