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Liberty Lends Support as Travel Plans Increase

ACCESSWIRE 04 Apr 2024
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA / ACCESSWIRE / April 3, 2024 / A recent Tourism & Transport Forum Australia survey showed 82% of Australians surveyed plan to go on a holiday within the next 12 months ... Approved applicants only. Lending criteria apply.
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Summit shows Australia looks to profit from engagement with ASEAN

China Daily 13 Mar 2024
... air," Wong said in a speech during the Maritime Cooperation Forum of the ASEAN-Australia Special Summit in Melbourne, without naming China, although it was clear that is where her finger was pointing.
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‘Traumatised’: friends shocked by discovery of body of Chaithanya ‘Swetha’ Madhagani near Geelong

AOL 11 Mar 2024
Praveen Kumar Thopucherla, the executive chairperson of the Melbourne Telangana Forum that runs cultural events to celebrate the state in southern India, said her death was “an alarm” for the close-knit community ... “She is in our thoughts.” ... .
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BCDA secures P86-B in deals with Aussie firms

The Manila Times 11 Mar 2024
The business agreements were made during the Philippine Business Forum on the sidelines of the Asean-Australia Special Summit in Melbourne, Australia, held from March 3 to 6, 2024 ... Ltd ... A partnership with St. Battalion GigaFactory Inc ... Ltd ... ....
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BCDA brings home 4 deals at recent AU business summit

Sun Star 11 Mar 2024
These deals secured by the BCDA forms part of the ₱86-billion (US$ 1.53-billion) investments signed during the Philippine Business Forum on the sidelines of the ASEAN-Australia Special Summit in Melbourne, Australia on Monday, March 4 ... ....
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Tributes flow for Australian woman found dead in bin

RNZ 10 Mar 2024
Praveen Kumar Thopucherla, executive chairperson of the Melbourne Telanganga Forum, said Ms Madhagani was very active in the community, and regularly attended events.
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Trade, submarines feature at ASEAN talks in Australia

The Jordan Times 06 Mar 2024
MELBOURNE — Australia unveiled plans to ramp up investment in ... Prime Minister Anthony Albanese announced the funding as leaders from the 10-nation ASEAN forum met in Melbourne for a three-day summit.
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Australia sets up $1.3 billion fund to grow trade with ASEAN

The Jakarta Post 05 Mar 2024
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese announced the funding as leaders from the 10-nation ASEAN forum met in Melbourne for a three-day summit. .
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PM attends Việt Nam - Australia Business Forum in Melbourne

Vietnam News 05 Mar 2024
Prime Minister Phạm Minh Chính attended the Việt Nam - Australia Business Forum in Melbourne on March 5 morning (local time) as part of his ongoing trip to Australia to attend the ASEAN - Australia ...
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PM attends Vietnam - Australia Business Forum in Melbourne

Vietnam News 05 Mar 2024
Prime Minister Phạm Minh Chính attended the Vietnam - Australia Business Forum in Melbourne on March 5 morning (local time) as part of his ongoing trip to Australia to attend the ASEAN - Australia ...
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Australia announces billion-dollar fund to boost clean energy investment in Southeast Asia

China.dot.org 05 Mar 2024
MELBOURNE, ... In a speech to the chief executive officer (CEO) Forum at the 2024 ASEAN-Australia Special Summit in Melbourne, Albanese unveiled the two billion Australian dollar (1.29 billion U.S.
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Australia to boost Asean investments

The Manila Times 05 Mar 2024
MELBOURNE, Australia ... Prime Minister Anthony Albanese announced the funding as leaders from the 10-nation Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) forum met in Melbourne for a three-day summit.
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Vietnam prioritizes semiconductor technology investments: PM

The Saigon Times 05 Mar 2024
Speaking at a business forum in Melbourne, Australia, today, March 5, he said the country is in need of foreign investment in sectors such as green economy, innovation, electric vehicles, and ...
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Chinese coast guard blocks vessels off South China Sea shoal, causing a collision, Philippines says

Moosejaw Today 05 Mar 2024
said in a forum in Melbourne that his administration “will do whatever it takes” to confront any threat to his country’s territory but stressed Manila would continue “to tread the path of dialogue and diplomacy” in resolving disputes with China ... .
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Marcos witnesses signing of P86-B deals

The Manila Times 05 Mar 2024
on Monday witnessed the signing of 12 business deals, which translate to $1.53 billion or P86 billion in investments to the country, during the Philippine Business Forum organized by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in Melbourne, Australia.
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