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Laos: Xayaburi Dam begins operations despite villagers arguing that dam will destroy their livelihoods

An article alleges that the Xayaburi Dam, in which CK Power is a main developer, will destroy the livelihoods of the villagers. It further alleges that the beginning of the commercial operations of the Xayaburi Dam coincides with “parts of the Mekong drying to a trickle even at the end of the rainy season”.

Business and Human Rights Resource Centre invited CK Power to respond to the allegations. It did not.

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