How many people are Khmer in Australia?

How many Cambodians are there in Sydney?

Today in Sydney there are 8,900 people of Khmer ancestry, and 4,507 of Chinese Cambodian ancestry (out of a national population of 25,553 of Khmer ancestry and 9,667 of Chinese Cambodian background). Over 60 per cent of those of Cambodian background who live in Sydney reside in the Fairfield local government area.

How many Cambodian students are in Australia?

More than 17,000 Cambodians have studied in Australia since 2002 – this includes university students, school students, VET, ELICOS (English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students). Tourism numbers were increasing prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.

How many Cambodians are in Victoria?

The 2016 distribution by State and Territory showed Victoria had the largest number with 13,587 followed by New South Wales (12,439), South Australia (3,201) and Queensland (2,032).

How many Chinese live in Australia?

The latest Census in 2016 recorded 509,555 China-born people in Australia, an increase of 59.8 per cent from the 2011 Census.

What does Australia and Cambodia have in common?

Both countries are working closely to combat people smuggling, human trafficking, child sex tourism, narcotics trafficking, and terrorism.

Does Australia trade with Cambodia?

Australia ranks 18th of Cambodia’s most important trade partners in both directions of trade, valued at $535 million in 2016. Australia’s main exports to Cambodia are wheat and cereal preparations, while it mainly imports textile clothing and footwear from Cambodia.

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