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Australia supporting skills development in local tourism industry

11 January 2017 - 78   - 0

The Australian High Commission together with the Ministry for Skills Development and Vocational traing launched a programme titled Skills for Inclusive Growth.

The Australian government will provide Rs 1.6 billion  in technical assistance over  four years to strengthen the tourism sector through training and mentoring for employess and small businesses, joint statement said.

The agreements between the Australian High Commissioner Bryce Hutchesson and  Minister Mahinda Samarasinghe were exchanged today.

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