There are several reasons why China finally takes part in a cooperation framework with the lower Mekong countries. One of them is allow China to enter a ‘damage control’ diplomacy.
Environmental issues threaten sustainability of Tonle Sap Lake which a million Cambodians depend on for their livelihoods
Environmental issues threaten sustainability of Tonle Sap Lake which a million Cambodians depend on for their livelihoods.
If the Electricité Du Cambodge provides a secured power purchase agreement and attractive prices, AIIB is likely to fund solar projects in the Cambodia.
Sunny Southeast Asia has double the solar energy potential of Northern Europe, but the market hype is not living up to the reality on the ground.
Laos and Cambodia are often seen as little more than political twins who have chosen to reap economic benefits from China in exchange for their loyalty to the Middle Kingdom.
Suffering continues as development trumps pollution control in Phnom Penh, Japan wants to help fix it.
The floodgates of the largest and most controversial dam project in Cambodia’s history officially closed yesterday. Prime Minister Hun Sen took aim at environmentalists, ambassadors and NGOs in a wide-ranging speech.
China’s vice premier Zhang Gaoli has said Cambodia will benefit from the expansion of his country’s flagship Belt and Road Initiative.