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Myanmar: Chinese firms allegedly associated with criminal networks partner with local armed groups in developing special economic zones, analysts say
Author: Jason Tower and Priscilla A. Clapp, United States Institute of Peace
“Chinese Crime Networks Partner with Myanmar Armed Groups”, 20 April 2020...
Author: 11/03/19 - Rhoda Guetta, People's Coalition on Food Sovereignty (PCFS)
The economic land concessions (ELC) the government of Cambodia granted to the subsidiaries of Chinese private enterprise (POE) Guangdong Hengfu Group Sugar Industry Co., Ltd. in 2012 has become one of the major land disputes in the country. The governments of China and Cambodia are expected to take necessary steps in protecting the rights of and providing remedy to the communities in order to address such land disputes.
Cambodia: CCIM’s report shows that Sihanoukville Special Economic Zones lacks independent unions to protect rights and working conditions of workers
Author: Cambodian Center for Independent Media, 19 November 2018
"Independent union does not exist to protect rights and working conditions of workers in Sihanoukville Special Economic Zones", 19 November 2018...
- Related companies: Cambodia International Investment Development Group
From "Corporate Social Responsibility" to "Business & Human Rights": New challenges for Chinese Companies
Author: Charles Cheng & Lowell Chow, East Asia Researcher & Representative, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
Human rights impact assessment of the EU Everything But Arms initiative in Cambodia – includes EU response
Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
...The report “Bittersweet Harvest: A Human Rights Impact Assessment of the European Union‘s Everything But Arms Initiative in Cambodia” [by NGOs Equitable Cambodia and Inclusive Development International] finds that, in the absence of effective human...
Author: Don Weinland, Phnom Penh Post [Cambodia]
Documents obtained by The Post have shed new light on the scale of Chinese investment connected with the controversial Boeung Kak lake real estate project...The US$98 million project in northern Phnom Penh is the smallest of Mongolia Erdos Hongjun...
- Related stories: Displacement of Boeung Kak residents (Phnom Penh, Cambodia) - August 2011
- Related in-depth areas: Chinese investment overseas Extractives, including oil and mines Land Rights & Displacements Southeast Asia