- 5 November 2012
- Azo Mining
- Economy and commerce / Energy / Extractive Industries / Extractive industries policy and administration / Gemstone mining / Gemstones / Generation and distribution facilities / Gravel and limestone / Industrial mining / Investment / Iron and steel / Land / Minerals and mineral products / Mining / Non-renewable energy production / Oil and gas resources
- Angkor Gold / Anti-Corruption laws / Australia’s Indochine Mining Ltd / Australian aid / bauxite exploration program / Cambodia / cement / Cement factory / Chevron Corp of the Unites States / Chip Mong Group / construction industry / copper / copper and gold exploration / crushed stone / Economic growth / Economics / exploration licenses / France / Gas / gas sector / gemstones / gold / gravel / Gulf of Thailand / HAGL Group / Hoang Anh Gia Lai Group / ietnam National Coal and Mineral Industries Group / industrial mineral sector / Industrial Minerals / international companies / Investment / iron ore / Japanese aid / JOGMEC / Kampot / Kampot Province / kratie / Kratie deputy provincial governor / Kratie project / Kratie Province / Laos / lead / limestone / manganese / metals / mining sector / offshore oilfield Block A / oil / Oyado South tenement / phosphates / Ratanakiri / Ratanakiri project / Ratanakkiri Province / Siam Thailand’s City Cement Plc / Silver / Southern Gold / Thailand / the Cambodia National Petroleum Authority / The United States / timber / Tonle Sap basin / Vinacomin
Cambodia, with a total population of 14,952,665 as of July 2010, is located in Southeastern Asia, bordering the Gulf of Thailand, between Thailand, Vietnam, and Laos. The country mostly has a tropical climate and covers a total area of 181,035 km2 Cambodia’s key natural resources include ...