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Sick of courts, villagers curse

In a sign that they no longer have faith in the court system, more than 100 villagers in Kampong Chhnang province placed their fates in the hands of a higher power yesterday, and prayed for misfortune to rain down on a company with whom they’ve ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/National/sick-of-courts-villagers-curse.html

Hun Sen Appeals for Kep's Vines to Be Tamed

Prime Minister Hun Sen appealed yesterday for developers and landowners in Kep City to build fences around their neglected properties to prevent vines from creeping onto the street of the coastal resort. Since much of the land in Kep City is owned by investors who live ...

http://www.cambodiadaily.com

One man’s trash, another’s power

Phnom Penh’s mountains of garbage might be keeping the city’s lights on as early as 2015 if all goes according to plan, developers and city officials have said. Under a new proposal presented to Phnom Penh Municipal Hall last Tuesday, the Green Asia Global Corporation is ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012072457578/National-news/one-mans-trash-anothers-power.html

Cambodia PM vows to fix land disputes

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen on Thursday gave authorities six months to end a spate of land disputes pitting developers against villagers that have sparked increasingly violent protests. Hun Sen ordered officials to visit contested areas and issue deeds to families facing illegal evictions, a move ...

http://www.brecorder.com/world/southeast-asia/62295-cambodia-pm-vows-to-fix-land-disputes-.html

Construction Approvals Grow

GOVERNMENT-approved construction projects soared 84 percent year-on-year through July to US$747.7 million, which officials called the biggest jump since the property market bust three years ago. The number of approved projects for the period reached 1,279, a decline from the 1,344 projects greenlighted in the first ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2011082351195/Business/construction-approvals-grow.html

Borei Keila Residents Protest Resettlement Plan

Residents of Borei Keila in Phnom Penh are protesting their resettlement. They were promised housing by Phanimex Company in exchange for the land they gave to the developers, who are said to not completed their side of the deal. So far only 7 of 10 ...

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