Cambodia to increase number of financially educated, says director general

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Programme aims to advance financial literacy to children aged 8–12

The National Bank of Cambodia has taken its first step towards making financial education a mandatory part of the school curriculum.

Speaking at the launch of educational programme Cashville Kidz, the director general of the central bank, Chea Serey, emphasised the importance of financial education and outlined some of the initiatives launched by the institution.

"This programme is the first of its kind to take form in advancing financial literacy to children aged 8–12 as part of their general

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