They view projects as staffing too many Chinese, offering limited job opportunities to local people. They also complain about Chinese businesses crowding out local businesses, with Chinese money inflating prices.
Shifting weather patterns have upended work in an industry that depends on sunny, dry days for maximum production.
The survey not only came up with an estimate, but it also came with a dire warning about the severe shortage of highly-skilled labourers in Thailand which threatens economic development objectives.
The latest incidents comes despite Cambodia’s Prime Minister Prime Minister Hun Sen ordering last December that “we must ensure that all the polluted water will not flow into our sea”.
They will study the effectiveness of blue and green infrastructure (BGI) – which include wetlands, urban parks and vegetated river banks – at protecting communities from flooding and rising water levels.
The billionaire, whose wealth has surged about 22% this year, is seeking to expand his company’s reach into some of the poorest parts of Southeast Asia without using coal,