- 14 February 2013
- Extractive Industries / Extractive industries policy and administration / Industrial mining / Infrastructure / Iron and steel / Minerals and mineral products / Mining / Rail / Transport infrastructure and facilities
- Australian Defence Force Academy / Cambodia Investment Board / Cambodia Iron and Steel / Carlyle Thaye / China Major Bridge Engineering / Chinese expansionism / Chinese factories / Daniel Mitchell / economic clout / government troops / Gulf of Thailand / Indian Ocean / Iron / Iron and Steel Mining Industry Group / iron ore / Khmer Rouge / mega-projects / Ministry of Public Works and Transport / Pol Pot / railway / Raw material / Rovieng / seaport / South China Sea / Southeast Asia / SRP International / steel plant / Sun Qi Cai / Tram Iv Tek / Unexploded bombs / United States aid / Zhang Chuan You
The remote district of Rovieng was once a battleground between Cambodian government troops and Pol Pot’s genocidal Khmer Rouge. Unexploded bombs still lurk in its fields and forests. So does something more desirable – iron ore – and supposedly in such huge quantities two Chinese companies ...
- 6 February 2013
- The Cambodia Daily
- Agricultural production / Agriculture and fishing / Economic land concessions and plantations / Economy and commerce / Investment / Land / Public land lease
- abandoned projects / AEON Mall / agro-industrial plantations / Airport / annual investment figures / ANZ Royal Bank / Asia Resort Development Ltd / Asian Development Bank (ADB) / Bangkok / Boeng Kak Lake / Bokor Mountain project / Busan Savings Bank / Cambodian economy / Cambodian Investment Board (CIB) / Cambodian firm / casinos / Caymen Islands entity / Chinese aid / Chinese firm / Chroy Changva / construction / developments / Evergreen Success / forced evictions / Garment factories / Golf Courses / Hassan (Cambodia) Development / Heng Development / Hopewell Project / horse racing center / Horse Racing Co. Ltd / horse racing venue / Hotels / hydropower dams / investments / international firms / internet / Investment Projects / island / Israeli company / Japanese aid / Japanese investment / Kampot Province / Kep province / Kirirom National Park / Koh Rong island / Koh Tonsay / Kompong Speu Province / Korean court / Labor Ministry / luxury hotels / mega-projects / New Siem Reap International Airport / Nitrogen Chemicals and Fertilizer (Cambodia) / NSRIA / Peter Brimble / Phnom Penh / polo fields / Preah Sihanouk Province / Queenco Tourism International / Rabbit Island / Rail / real estate project / Ream National Park / resort development / Royal Group / Seoyoung Park / Shukaku Erdos Hongjun Property Development / sihanoukville / Sihanoukville Special Economic Zone / Sok Kong / Sokimex Corporation / South Korean project / Thailand / tourism investment
Since 2008, a whopping $28 billion worth of investments has been pledged by local and international firms looking to set up luxury hotels, a new airport and even Cambodia’s first horse racing venue. But a closer look at the list of investments approved by the Cambodian ...