Food Security Exchange (FSX)

KL, Malaysia
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Mohammad Anas
KL, Malaysia
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Food Security Exchange (FSX)

Food Security Exchange (FSX) is an AI driven data platform that seeks  to enhance the food security ecosystem within the ASEAN region. Ethis’ collaboration with FSX will see a number of agriculture and aquatech-related  issuances focused on funding growers,  processors, distributors and retailers in the food value chain across borders.

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Risk Statement

The campaign duration is projected by the project owners, and based on information we receive from them. The actual completion of projects is subject to real world conditions, which may cause an extension of duration by 2 to 12 months. Any extensions will be informed to investors in projects updates. In the event of project or business failure in property projects in particular, a recovery process may be initiated to recover some or all of the capital invested.