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June 10th, 2007
The Government's investment promotion arm, Invest Australia, has identified a range of business opportunities for collaboration or foreign investment.
These include advanced manufacturing, agribusiness, environmental industries, energy and infrastructure, financial services, health industries, minerals, nanotechnology, information and communications technology, creative industries and services.
"We are expanding our operations in South-East Asia. The Singapore office is small. We are conscious of a lot of opportunities in Malaysia and Thailand, and will do more work here than we have in the past," Invest Australia chief executive officer Barry Jones said.
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