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 ...
Villagers Block Road to Stop Threat of Evictions
- 22 August 2011
- The Cambodia Daily
- Economic land concessions and plantations / Environment and natural resources / Environmental and biodiversity protection / Human rights / Infrastructure / Land / National parks and wildlife sanctuaries / Protected forest / Roads and bridges / Social development / Transport and shipping / Transport infrastructure and facilities
- Adhoc / Banong Village / Cambodia / Chamrong / company workers / evictions / farms / homes / human rights workers / indigenous minorities / Khyoem commune / Kratie deputy provincial governor / Kratie Province / Land dispute / Mam Hai / Military Police / ministry officials / Mondolkiri Province / National Road 76A / Ouch Leng / Pi Thnou Commune / rubber company / Sar / Sen Monorom City / Snuol City / Snuol Wildlife Sanctuary / Sovannvuthy Rubber Company / Stieng Village / traffic jam / villagers / Wildlife Sanctuary
A simmering land dispute in Kratie province’s Snuol Wildlife Sanctuary flared up Friday as hundreds of desperate villagers blocked National Road 76A for four hours in an effort to prevent the clearing of their homes and farms by a rubber company, villagers and human rights ...
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