- 20 May 2013
- The Cambodia Daily
- Agricultural production / Agriculture and fishing / Aid and development / Bilateral development assistance / Crop products and commodities / Development Assistance Committee (DAC) members / Economic land concessions and plantations / Economy and commerce / European Union aid / Exports / Human rights / Land / Land tenure and land titling / Public land lease / Social development / Sugar / Trade
- Cambodian Government / Catherine Ashton / duty free goods / duty-free access / EBA / Economics / ELCs / EU / EU duty free access / EU foreign affairs representative / EU high representative for foreign affairs Catherine Ashton / EU high representative for security policy / EU high representative for security policy Catherine Ashton / EU trade commissioner / European Commission / European Council / European Council President Herman van Rompuy / European Parliament / European Union aid / European Union foreign affairs representative / European Union trade commissioner / Everything but Arms trade agreement / Everything but arms trade scheme / Everything But Arms Treaty / Exports / garment sector / garments / garments industry / Generalized System of Preferences / GSP / Herman Van Rompuy / Human Rights / Hun Sen / Karel De Gucht / Koh Kong / Koh Kong Province / Land titles / London / Prime Minister Hun Sen / RGC / Royal Government of Cambodia / sugar / sugar plantations / Surya Subedi / Tate & Lyle / Trade EU Trade Commissioner Karel de Gucht / trade partners / U.N.’s special rapporteur on human rights to Cambodia Surya Subedi / UK / UN special rapporteur on human rights / UN special rapporteur on human rights to Cambodia / UN special rapporteur on human rights to Cambodia Surya Subedi / United Kingdom
The trade commissioner and foreign affairs representative of the European Union (E.U.) have turned down a request from 13 members of the European Parliament that they immediately investigate Cambodia’s much criticized economic land concessions, but said they were monitoring the issue closely. In a March letter ...
- 9 April 2013
- The Phnom Penh Post
- Agricultural production / Agriculture and fishing / Crop products and commodities / Economy and commerce / Exports / Investment / Palm oil / Trade
- duty-free access / Europe / Exports / Indian aid / Malaysian aid / Mong Reththy / Mong Reththy Group / MRG / Palm Oil / quota-free access / Thailand
Mong Reththy Group (MRG), Cambodia’s largest exporter of palm oil, hopes to expand its exports to European markets this year. Mong Reththy, president of the firm, said the quota-free and duty-free trade frameworks provided by European governments factored heavily into the decision. “About 50 per cent of ...