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MOUs to tighten Chinese trade ties

Cambodia’s Power Partner Profit Group has signed 10 memoranda of understanding with Chinese companies for cooperation on agriculture, mineral resources and electronics. Insiders said the penning of the MoUs, which do not guarantee a final agreement, was another step toward realising a US$5 billion bilateral trade ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012052156273/Business/mous-to-tighten-chinese-trade-ties.html

Cambodia prepares for G20

If it were a Group of 180 nations meeting, Cambodia would be invited. But the Kingdom’s chances of attending the so-called G20 summit, which brings together the world’s largest economies, are unlikely, says Mey Kalyan, a government adviser who last week became the first Cambodian to ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012051456136/Business/cambodia-prepares-for-g20.html

China quick to act on trade promise

An across-the-board trade and investment deal signed with China’s Yunnan province on Friday was a jump-start to Chinese President Hu Jintao’s pledge a week earlier to double bilateral trade with the Kingdom to US$5 billion by 2017. The package signing, which brought a delegation of 45 ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012040955500/Business/china-quick-to-act-on-trade-promise.html

Tourism wins in China trade deal

Unless Cambodian exporters find new routes to China, a proposed doubling of bilateral trade to US$5 billion by 2017 would mean little more than increased Chinese goods and investment flooding into the Kingdom. Chinese investments and imports dominated bilateral trade with Cambodia, which was worth about ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012040655456/Business/tourism-wins-in-china-trade-deal.html

Hun Sen Denies China Influence Over Cambodia

Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday hit back at claims that China had influenced Cambodia’s actions as chair of Asean, insisting that the visit of Chinese President Hu Jintao last weekend was not related to this week’s Asean Summit. Speaking at the closing of the summit at ...

Hun Sen: we won’t be bought

After a week of global media reports dissecting Cambodia’s relationship with China, Prime Minister Hun Sen had apparently had enough yesterday – lashing out at the media and analysts he termed “crazy” in what proved an unexpected conclusion to the 20th ASEAN Summit. The premier spent ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012040555451/National-news/hun-sen-we-wont-be-bought.html

Hu gone with Boeung Kak petition hopes

Hu Jintao had already left the day before, but five Boeung Kak villagers were undeterred yesterday as they attempted to leave a petition for China’s president, only to be turned back by police. The quintet, whose petition requests that Hu intervene in their land dispute with ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012040355397/National-news/hu-gone-with-b-kak-petition-hopes.html

Hu pledges millions in aid

A weekend meeting between Chinese President Hu Jintao and Prime Minister Hun Sen concluded with millions in loans and aid agreed to and a clear message: neither nation is in a rush to deal with the prickly South China Sea dispute. At the Saturday one on ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012040255376/National-news/hu-pledges-millions-in-aid.html

President Hu concludes three-nation Asia trip

Chinese President Hu Jintao left Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia, for home Monday, after a state visit to the southeast Asian nation. During the visit, Hu met Cambodian King Norodom Sihamoni, Senate President Chea Sim, National Assembly President Heng Samrin and Prime Minister Hun Sen. Hu and ...

http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2012-04/02/content_14971234.htm

Chinese Embassy Petitioners Sent Packing

Just hours before Chinese President Hu Jintao landed in Phnom Penh on Friday, a group of dismayed Koh Kong province villagers whose land is under threat from a sprawling Chinese tourism project were escorted onto a bus and sent back home before they were able ...

Hu, Cambodian PM agree to advance ties

Chinese President Hu Jintao and Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen agreed here Saturday to advance the comprehensive relations of strategic cooperation and partnership between their two countries. In a meeting, the two leaders pledged to expand mutually beneficial cooperation in all fields and to double the ...

http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2012HuAsiaTour/2012-03/31/content_14962294.htm

Hu wants Cambodia help on China Sea dispute, pledges aid

Chinese President Hu Jintao asked close economically Cambodia on Saturday not to push talks on the vexed issue of the South China Sea “too fast” as he pledged to double bilateral trade to $5 billion and announced fresh aid to the impoverished country. Cambodia holds the ...

http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/03/31/us-cambodia-china-idUSBRE82U04Y20120331

Villagers in Land Dispute Ask Hu Jintao’s Help

In an effort to stop their homes from being swallowed up by a Chinese mega-tourism project, Koh Kong villagers said they will submit a petition to the Chinese Embassy today, calling for intervention from visiting Chinese President Hu Jintao. Villager representative Tith Ten, 54, from Kiri ...

Ambassador Reiterates S China Sea Stance

Chinese Ambassador Pan Guangxue yesterday said that China opposes the contentious issue of the South China Sea being discussed by countries that are not directly involved in the regional maritime dispute. Speaking at a news conference at the Chinese Embassy to discuss Chinese President Hu Jintao’s ...

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