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Australian finance official meets Philippine delegates

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The Hon David Coleman MP, Assistant Minister for Finance and Federal Member for Banks, met with the Australian Political Exchange Council’s delegation from the Philippines on 27 February. The 12th delegation from the Philippines is part of a program that has existed since 1981. The program offers delegates from the Council’s international exchange partners an opportunity to learn about Australia and its political system. The bipartisan program also supports delegates to build networks and ongoing relationships with young political leaders from partner countries.

“It was a great pleasure to welcome this delegation of young political leaders from the Philippines and share our collective experiences of government,” Minister Coleman said.

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