Investment Or Imperialism? Tracking China's Big Ambitions In Cambodia
- 8 February 2013
- Clothes / Economy and commerce / Energy / Extractive Industries / Extractive industries policy and administration / Garments and textiles / Generation and distribution facilities / Hydropower dams / Industrial mining / Industries / Investment / Manufacturing / Marine and coastal areas / Mining / Renewable energy production / Tourism / Trade / Water resources
- Asian countries / Asian country / Beijing / Cambodia / Chinese aid / Chinese coastal region / Chinese companies / Chinese company / Chinese fabrics / Chinese groups / Chinese soldiers / construction / Council for the Development of Cambodia / Dams / Development / education sector / Electricity / energy sectors / environment / environmental protection measures / European company / Europeans / export quotas / farming / Franco-Cambodian Chamber of Commerce / Healthcare / Human Rights / hydroelectric dams / infrastructures / Investment / Investors / Iron / Japanese aid / Laos / legal framework / logging / mines / mining / natural resources / Paris / Phnom / Phnom Penh Securities / Phnom Penh Stock Exchange / railroad tracks / roads / sewing machines / sexual equality / South Korean aid / steel / Sunkind Textile / textile industry / workers
A few years ago this scene would have played out in China. More specifically, it would have played out in a Chinese coastal region to which millions of rural folks had arrived looking for work. A huge hangar, piles of fabrics of all colors at both ...
US Seeks Infrastructure Deals in Cambodia
- 18 January 2013
- The Cambodia Daily
- Economy and commerce / Investment / Trade
- American Chamber of Commerce / American companies / bridges / business / Cambodia / Cambodia chapter of the American Chamber of Commerce / Cambodian Investment Board (CIB) / Chinese aid / Chinese banks / Chinese companies / Chinese investment / Dairy Queen / Economics / Electricity / energy sectors / Export-Import Bank / Ford / Foreign Corrupt Practices Act / Hanoi / Hydropower dams / Infrastructure projects / Investment / Koh Kong Province / Laos / Lower Mekong Initiative / Phnom Penh / Preah Vihear Province / roads / services / telecommunication services / The United States / tourism development / U.S. Embassy / U.S. government / U.S. investment / U.S. Oversea Private Investment Corporation / U.S. President Barack Obama / U.S. Trade and Development Agency
Looking to compete with Chinese influence in the region, the U.S. government is making plans to help American companies win large-scale infrastructure projects in Cambodia, U.S. officials said yesterday in Phnom Penh. The plans, which come as part of a strategic and economic embracing of Asia ...