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Australian Business Group Donates $2000 to Charity

Australian Business Group Donates $2000 to Charity

T he Australian Business Association of Cambodia (ABAC) presented a check for $2000

to the Missionaries of Charity on Nov 25 during the NGO's annual distribution of

Christmas parcels to over 200 families at its "Home of Peace" headquarters.

The sum exceeded the target set for the proceeds of the ABAC's inaugural Melbourne

Cup Charity Ball. The event was the culmination of the ABAC's first year of operations.

The Association's recently re-elected President, John Harper, said the ABAC will

continue with its policy of business luncheons in order to bring together the business

community and foster development in Cambodia.

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