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In Brief: ADB training offered

THE Asian Development Bank has announced a training program to help the Kingdom's senior public servants carry out economic reform policies, the body announced Monday. The Public Policy Training Program, established in 2007 and funded by the Japanese government, will equip officials with the skills to further integrate Cambodia into global markets. The program is expected to train 200 civil servants over a two-year period.

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