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Adelaide to strengthen university links with Cambodia

The University of Adelaide has set up a joint economic and social policy research centre with the Royal University of Phnom Penh in Cambodia.

The project is part of a South Australian government programme to strengthen the state’s business and tertiary education links in south-east Asia. It was officially launched in Phnom Penh on 26 August by SA trade minister Martin Hamilton-Smith.

Announcing details, UniAdelaide Institute for International Trade regional director Shandre Thangavelu said there collaborative research centre will “directly influence government policy and business practice in South Australia and Cambodia”.

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