Hyundai Motor Company, South Korea’s largest automaker, today held an inauguration ceremony in Cambodia for its third ‘Hyundai-KOICA Dream Center.’ The new training center, which follows openings in Ghana and Indonesia since 2013, is part of Hyundai Motor’s global Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) efforts to offer vocational training for youths in underdeveloped regions. Hyundai Motor has plans to open one center every year in several Asian and African nations.
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(From left to right) Kyung-Rae Cho (President, Hyundai Motor’s Cambodian distributor), Sang-Joo Lee (National Director, Plan Korea), Sang-Min Park (President, Hyundai Motor’s Asia-Pacific Regional Headquarters), Pech Sophorn (Secretary of state, Ministry Labor and Vocational Training), Bum-Soo Kwak (Minister Counsellor, Korean Embassy in Cambodia), Sook-Hee Baek (Representative, the KOICA Cambodia Office), Andrew Hill (Deputy Country director, Plan Cambodia), Bun Phearin (President, National Polytechnic Institute of Cambodia)
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Photo shows Hyundai Motor Company’s new `Hyundai-KOICA Dream Center’ building in Cambodia.
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