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CAMFEBA, Japan run course on global crisis

CAMFEBA, Japan run course on global crisis

THE Cambodian Federation of Employers and Business Associations (CAMFEBA) ran its second management training course on Thursday in conjunction with Japan's International Cooperation Centre, known as Nippon Keldanren.

The training course, which advises attendees on how best to manage in the global economic crisis, was attended by 35 employees from 20 companies.

At the start of the course, CAMFEBA's deputy president, Tei Sing, said current circumstances were tough for businesses.
"We provide successful strategies through this training course to company staff so they will learn how to cut their costs and increase productivity as they battle the global financial crisis," he said Thursday.

The two organisations joined together to run a similar course for 60 company employees in 2003.

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