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Unfinished Railway Connected to Thailand

Cambodia’s northern railway line has been linked to Thailand at the border in Poipet City, officials said at a ceremony on Monday—although sections of track in Cambodia still need to be finished before trains can start running between the two countries. At a ceremony marking a ...

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https://www.cambodiadaily.com/news/unfinished-railway-connected-thailand-118206/

Chinese Investments in Cambodia Ignore Environment Queries

China’s expanding investment portfolio in Cambodia has brought into sharper focus the darker side of the Asian giant’s “development projects” in the impoverished Southeast Asian nation. And it is in the southwestern corner of Cambodia—known for its rich biodiversity, forest covered hills and bubbling rivers—where this ...

http://www.irrawaddy.org/archives/30883

Cambodia, the next setting to a ‘Battle of the Rails’

As Australian operator Toll Royal Railways looks at a possible withdrawal from in Cambodia, a new China-backed company tries to take over and promise to rehabilitate more tracks including Phnom Penh-Saigon Toll Royal Railway won in 2010 a concession to operate and upgrade the Cambodian rail ...

http://www.traveldailynews.asia/news/article/50249/cambodia-the-next-setting-to

Thai rail link back on track

Representatives from Cambodia and Thailand yesterday agreed to a 2013 completion date for a railway link from Phnom Penh across the Cambodia-Thailand border crossing at Poipet. Outdated agreements had delayed the project, Thai officials said. Insiders have also said disagreements over cross-border trade have kept the ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2011121353318/Business/thai-rail-link-back-on-track.html

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