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26 Jun 2013

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Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

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

[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 which the Koh Kong companies grew sugar, and are claiming compensation for the profit from selling the sugar.]

Part of the following stories

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

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