New joint programme launched to help agri-SMEs

July 21th, 2021 – Australia has launched a programme to support agricultural small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to upgrade food safety standards and quality management systems.
The programme was created through a partnership between the Cambodia-Australia Agriculture Value Chain (CAVAC) and Khmer Enterprise, a unit within the Ministry of Economy and Finance, according to the Australian embassy in Cambodia.
CAVAC and Khmer Enterprise are running a grants scheme to encourage investment in improved manufacturing standards in the agri-food industry.

The grants can be used to subsidise investments in infrastructure, training and certification that local SMEs need to meet food quality and safety standards.


Written by Khmer Times

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