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26 November 2013

[PDF] Corporate Legal Accountability Annual Briefing

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

The goal of the Annual Briefing is to help a wide audience understand what has been happening in different parts of the world. First, it examines global trends in corporate legal accountability such as barriers to accessing judicial remedies;...

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11 November 2013

Thai Sugar Firm Meets With Koh Kong Evictees

Author: Peter Zsombor & Chansy Chhorn, Cambodia Daily

Koh Kong Sugar has offered to settle its yearslong dispute with Cambodian families who accuse its plantations of stealing their land, but the farmers remain wary of being able to secure a fair deal. The firm, a subsidiary of Thailand’s Khon Kaen Sugar...

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26 June 2013

Thai firm Koh Kong Sugar meets with Cambodian families who allege company illegally took their land

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26 June 2013

Bonsucro sugar trade association to reconsider Tate & Lyle’s membership after complaint from Cambodian farmers of alleged forced displacement & inadequate compensation

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26 June 2013

Case profile: Koh Kong sugar plantation lawsuits (re Cambodia)

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre case profile for lawsuit against Tate & Lyle and T&L Sugars Limited (a subsidiary of American Sugar Refining) in the UK. The plaintiffs maintain that they remain the legal owners of the land on...

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10 May 2013

Koh Kong sugar plantation lawsuits (re Cambodia)

In August 2006, the Cambodian Government granted economic concessions in Koh Kong Province to two Cambodian sugar companies (Koh Kong Plantation and Koh Kong Sugar Industry), both jointly owned by the Thai company Khon Kaen Sugar Industry, Taiwanese...

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16 April 2007

Foreign and domestic companies grabbing farmers’ land with authorities’ complicity to build casinos [Cambodia]

Author: AsiaNews

Companies from Japan, South Korea, Thailand and China are getting concessions to exploit plantations or build casinos. Farmers are thrown off their land thanks to legal loopholes with little compensation for their lost land and homes...According to...

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