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Australian Government supports Vietnam’s feef processing enterprises

Funded by the Australian Government, the Aus4Skills Program, in conjunction with Meat & Lamp; Livestock Australia (MLA) and Livecorp designed the “Managing Abattoirs, Training and Exchange of Skills” (MATES) and later expand to MATES Plus.

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Australia supports skilling up Vietnam’s beef processing

Vietnam is second only to Indonesia as an importer of live Australian beef cattle and has been the main growth market for this Australian export. However, Vietnam has not yet unleashed its full potential for traceability and value adding of the beef products, which limits profitability of the abattoir owners and reduces the quality of the end products for the consumers. Meanwhile, Australia has a rich history in the meat processing sector and is positioned as one of the world leaders in the production and processing of beef, particularly for food safety standards, traceability and meat quality.

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Students at Thu Duc Technology College

The Pioneer Principal with New Directions

Starting her teaching career since 1989, the slender Nguyen Thi Ly would surprise many by choosing a specialization that was perceived as a men’s job: mechanical engineering. However, her passion for her chosen career and dedication to teaching had not only helped Nguyen Thi Ly to become a good lecturer, but also turn into a strong and decisive female principal of a prestigious college.

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Australian Ambassador Robyn Mudie presents scholarship certificates

Australian Government provides 50 Australia Awards Scholarships for Vietnam in 2020

HANOI - The Australian Government is pleased to offer 50 Australia Awards Scholarships to 36 female and 14 male emerging leaders from Vietnam to study Masters programs at Australia’s world-class educational institutions in 2020.

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Cao Thi Quynh Giao CEO at Vietnam Shipping Gazette

A Rose among “Porters on the waves”

Looking at a stylish Cao Thi Quynh Giao with long hair, earrings, fashionable outfits… it is hard to imagine that her occupation is closely linked with forklifts, vessels that transport bulky containers - logistics! Undertaking various roles from field work to today’s position as head of an industry magazine, Quynh Giao is among few women with thorough understanding of logistics industry in Vietnam.

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