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Leadership Seminar draws student crowd

Leadership Seminar draws student crowd

An estimated 2,000 university and high school students attended a seminar that was organised by the Ministry of Commerce titled Leadership and Compassion at the Institut de Technologie du Cambodge on Thursday.

Speakers included the Commerce Minister Sun Chanthol and Scott Neeson, a former president of 20th Century Fox Films and founder of the Cambodian Children’s Fund.

The free lectures are a Ministry of Commerce initiative, where international business leaders share their experiences with Cambodian students.

A senior marketing executive from international beverage brand Coca-Cola is due to speak at the next seminar, which is scheduled to take place on January 28.


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