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Try Pheap given OK to harvest yellow vine

Logging baron Try Pheap’s MDS Import Export Co, Ltd has been granted a licence to collect and process the controversial plant known as yellow vine around the Stung Atay hydropower dam in the Cardamom Mountains, according to documents received by the Post yesterday. The vine has ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/2013060466045/National/try-pheap-given-ok-to-harvest-yellow-vine.html

Rock and a hard place

Sarorn Phi, 39, cautiously stops his moto 20 metres away from the large, signless boom gate blocking his path in Sesan district. He shuffles toward the security guard’s hut at the entrance to a sprawling Chinese rubber plantation and negotiates with the guard to enter ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012080857881/National-news/displaced-villagers-isolated-emaciated.html

Landless Cambodians see nothing sweet in EU sugar deal

An EU scheme to boost trade with developing nations is fuelling land grabs in Cambodia, activists say, with thousands evicted from their property to make way for a booming sugar industry. Campaigners are taking their fight to European supermarkets, encouraging a boycott of Cambodian sugar, which ...

http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/afp_asiapacific/view/1211528/1/.html

Malaysian firm eyes Kampong Thom land

Malaysain firm Lion Forest Industries Berhad plans to acquire 58,000 hectares of land in Kampong Thom province for US$26.1 million, the company announced yesterday. The company has also announced its intention to purchase 9,995 hectares of land in Preah Vihear province for $3.9 million, according ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2011083051332/Business/malaysian-firm-eyes-kampong-thom-land.html

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