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Real estate firm receives CSX nod to list on Growth Board

Publication date 04 August 2021 | 20:28 | ICT

Real estate developer JS Land Plc has gotten the nod from the Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) to list on its Growth Board, and is poised to become the second small- and medium-sized enterprise (SME) to list on the bourse’s secondary



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