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Listening comprehension Jan 22, 2009

Listening comprehension Jan 22, 2009

Listening comprehension

Listen to the audio file and answer the following questions:

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1. The first official Israeli trade delegation is due to arrive in Cambodia in
a) January 2009 b) March 2009
c) June 2009 d) December 2008

2. Israel's top markets are in
a) Asia b) the Middle East
c) South America d) the United States and Europe

3. Cambodia has seen a flood of Middle Eastern investments from
a) Egypt b) Iran
c) Kuwait d) Sudan

4. The visit will focus on sectors involving
a) agriculture b) garment factories
c) tourism d) aviation

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