- 4 April 2013
- The Cambodia Daily
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- Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard / Cambodian water territory / Cambodians for Resources Revenue Transparency Organisation / Cambodians for Resources Revenue Transparency Organisation chairman Mam Sambath / Cham Prasidh / Chevron Corp / China Banking Regulatory Commission / China Development Bank / China Export and Credit Insurance Corporation / China National Offshore Oil Corporation / China Perfect Machinery Industry Corp / China Petrotech Holdings Ltd / China-Cambodia friendship year / China’s development bank / Chinese aid / Chinese foreign policy / Chinese Premier Li Keqiang / Chinese president Xi Jinping / cigarette industry / Commerce Minister Cham Prasidh / concessional loans / Dams / Defense Minister Tea Banh / exploration blocks / exploration blocks licences / Gas / Hun Sen / hydropower / Implementation of the China-Cambodia Comprehensive Strategic Partnership of Cooperation / irrigation project / Kampot Province / Kandal / Kandal Province / Kompong Thom / Kompong Thom Province / Kong Triv / kratie / Kratie Province / Mam Sambath / Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation / National Bank of Cambodia / oil / oil industry / oil refinery / Oil refinery project / Petrochemical Company / policy banks / Preah Sihanouk / Preah Sihanouk Province / Prime Minister Hun Sen / Sinomach / Strong district / Strong River Basin / tax regime / Tea Banh
Prime Minister Hun Sen will travel to China on Saturday to meet with the rising superpower’s new leadership, in a trip the government expects to yield nearly $2 billion in loans and aid. Most significantly, the Government is hoping to secure Chinese funding for a 1.67 ...
- 30 August 2011
- The Cambodia Daily
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- Block C / Block D / Block F / Cambodia / Cambodian National Petroleum Authority / Chevron Corp / China Oilfield Services Ltd / China Petrotech Holdings Ltd / Chinese aid / Chinese National Offshore Oil Corporation / CNPA / Gulf of Thailand / Hong Kong / Offshore oil / oil
Hong Kong-listed China Oilfield Services Ltd, an offshore services provider for the oil and gas sectors, is looking to start operations in Cambodia, according to an earnings report released by the company last week. “For the overseas market, apart from expanding and strengthening the overseas ...