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NEW MFX BROKER OFFICE IS OPENED IN THE CENTER OF THE LARGEST VIETNAMESE CITY

There is no doubt that South-East Asia is one of the most fast-developing regions with huge economic potential. And Vietnam has a great part in the play – it is a country with population of almost 100 million people.

Recently, in early July, MFX Broker announced the start of the Vietnamese version of its website. And now we are proud to announce that new office opened in the southern capital of Vietnam – Ho Chi Minh. Nice and friendly employees welcome you in modern office; they will gladly support both novice and experienced traders.

Nguyen Trung Khang, Head of MFX Broker Vietnam educational center

“The main aim of our office is to tell the clients about great opportunities which cooperation with MFX Broker offers. We mean not just trading, but also wide scale of investment products and opportunities offered by MFX to adherents of algorithmic trading. 
Of course we are glad to help our client master all the peculiarities of Forex in our country. I am sure that our office will become a safe bridge between Vietnamese traders and MFX Broker; and that crossing this bridge our clients will achieve not just impressive results, but also will gain financial independence”.

Office address: 89/3 Nguyen thi nho street, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam. Tel.: 0909 970 977. 
Information in Vietnamese is also available on the official website of the companymfxbroker.com/vn and in client support department support.vietnam@mfxbroker.com.

Wednesday, 02 Sep, 2015 / 1:57

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Source : https://mfxbroker.com/en/news/02092015-vietnamoffice

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