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OnDemand branch to step up private tutoring

OnDemand branch to step up private tutoring

Thai private tutoring company OnDemand Education plans to set up a branch in Cambodia next year to tap into the growing market for middle-class parents looking to prepare their children for admission into top universities, the Bangkok Post reported yesterday.

OnDemand is seeking partners to do business in Cambodia and will provide tuition in Khmer and English using its own specially designed curriculum, it said.

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