Chinese companies have told us we need to carry out large-scale production if we want to supply the railway and other development projects in the province: province governor
To ensure food security, Mekong Delta only needs to grow 1.5 million hectares of rice and have two instead of three crops
Costly China-led railway project offers questionable benefits to host
Environmental issues threaten sustainability of Tonle Sap Lake which a million Cambodians depend on for their livelihoods
The residents of Yeub village have been fighting for alternative land and additional compensation since the government granted their land to LVF in 2006 for rubber cultivation.
Environmental issues threaten sustainability of Tonle Sap Lake which a million Cambodians depend on for their livelihoods.
On Thursday, October 12th, policy makers from across Europe and Asia will join World Bank Group President for an event that examines BRI’s challenges and opportunities.
Most tourism projects in the country are implemented without conducting comprehensive environmental impact assessments: a conservation expert.
If the Electricité Du Cambodge provides a secured power purchase agreement and attractive prices, AIIB is likely to fund solar projects in the Cambodia.
“People are suffering from dizziness and vomiting because of the foul smell of the coal smoke,” says local youth organization.