“The signing of the letter of intent today is the result of great bilateral cooperation, with joint efforts from researchers and policymakers on both sides,” Doanh added.
Horne said the new partnership would have mutual benefits for both countries.
ACIAR, which began its work in Vietnam in 1993, has completed 170 projects in the country, worth almost 100 million AUD (72.9 million USD) in investment in research.
The 10-year strategy provides a roadmap for Australia and Vietnam to work in equal partnership with mutual contributions and benefits for economic growth, security and innovation, according to Horne.
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