ANZ to exit Cambodian venture with stake sale to Japan’s J Trust

(Reuters) – Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ.AX) has agreed to sell its 55 percent stake in a Cambodian joint venture to Japan’s J Trust (8508.T), as the lender exits a string of minority holdings to streamline its capital requirements.
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