Credit Suisse’s HAGL holdings drawing fire
- 13 December 2013
- The Phnom Penh Post
- Agriculture and fishing / Economic land concessions and plantations / Economy and commerce / Forest classifications / Forest policy and administration / Forest products / Forests and forestry / Government / International relations / Investment / Land / Land policy and administration / Logging and timber / Public land lease
- Credit Suisse / Deutsche Bank / Doan Nguyen Duc / Global Witness / HAGL / HAGL Group / Hoang Anh Gia Lai / Hoang Anh Gia Lai Group
Credit Suisse, a financial services firm based in Switzerland, has been accused of aiding land grabbing in Cambodia by becoming a major shareholder in Vietnamese rubber giant Hoang Anh Gia Lai (HAGL) Group. In a statement released today, Global Witness (GW), an NGO based in England, ...
Vietnam rubber tycoon rejects land grabbing accusations
- 14 May 2013
- Thanh Nien News
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A Vietnamese rubber tycoon has rejected accusations by Global Witness, a group that campaigns on resource issues, that it was involved in a land grabbing crisis in Southeast Asia. Doan Nguyen Duc, the chairman of Hoang Anh Gia Lai (HAGL) Group, told Vietnamese media the information ...
Deutsche Bank, IFC Rubber Investments Questioned
- 13 May 2013
- The Cambodia Daily
- Agricultural production / Agriculture and fishing / Economic land concessions and plantations / Land / Public land lease / Rubber
- "tiger skin" policy / Bangkok / Cambodia / concessions / Deutsche Bank / Doan Nguyen Duc / Dong Nai / Dong Phu / Dragon Capital / EIA / ELCs / environmental impact assessments / ethnic minorities / evictions / Global Witness / HAGL / HAGL Group / Heng Brother / Hoang Anh Gia Lai / Hoang Anh Gia Lai (HAGL) / Hong Kong / IFC / illegal logging / kratie / Laos / logging / London Stock Exchange / Ministry of Agriculture / protesting evictions / Ratanakiri / rubber / Rubber Companies / rubber plantations / Tan Bien / UK / VEIL / Vietnamese company / Vietnamese Enterprise Investment Limited / Vietnamese rubber companies / Vietnamese Rubber Group / villagers / VRG
Deutsche Bank and the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation (IFC) have poured millions of dollars into Vietnamese rubber companies operating in Cambodia that have engaged in illegal logging and forced evictions of local farmers, the environmental rights group Global Witness says in a new report ...
Cambodia: Mineral, Metal and Fuel Resources
- 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 ...