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ABC-Amega Signs Indian Marketing Agreement

US-based receivable management firm ABC-Amega has expanded its international collection operation by partnering with Total Credit Management (India) Pvt. Ltd., a commercial collection firm in India. According to the agreement, TCM (India) will market ABC-Amega’s debt collection services to Indian exporters requiring collection services in the U.S. In turn, ABC-Amega will use TCM (India) for collections against debtors in India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Thailand. Established in 1991, TCM (India) is a leading B2B credit management service providers offering a broad range of solutions for all credit management needs.

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