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Korea, Australia sign engineering agreement

Politics | Monday April 27, 2015 6:15AM ET
Korea engineering
Steven Ciobo from the Australian parliament visited Korea to sign an Engineering Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA).


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Korea engineeringSteven Ciobo from the Australian parliament visited Korea to sign an Engineering Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA).

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