Cambodians traditionally greet each other by pressing their palms together in front of their bodies and bowing, called a 'sompeah', with a younger or lower rank person gernerally initiating the greeting. This custom has been partially replaced by the Western practice of shaking hands and it is considered acceptable for foreigners to shake hands with Cambodians of both sexes.
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Why ASEAN and why now? Insights for Australian Business. A joint Austrade-DFAT publication examining Australia’s trade relationship with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), the opportunities and challenges for Australian business engaging with the region and the future of the Australia-ASEAN trade relationship.
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