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Apology to Daryl Dealehr

Apology to Daryl Dealehr

The Phnom Penh Post published two articles headlined “Cambodia in bribe scandal: Australian MP” on May 27, 2010, and “OZ embassy responds to Securency”, on May 31, 2010. These articles were, among other things, in connection with allegations of impropriety made against certain persons purportedly acting as agents of Securency, a bank-note supplier half owned by the Reserve Bank of Australia.

We acknowledge that there is no evidence that Mr Daryl Dealehr was directly or indirectly involved in any of the allegations reflected in these articles and that there is no evidence that Mr Dealehr was directly or indirectly involved in any acts of impropriety referred to or implied by either the contents of the articles mentioned above.

To the extent of any hurt, embarrassment, loss of reputation and damage caused to Mr Daryl Dealehr arising directly or indirectly from the articles referred to above, we sincerely apologise.

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