One hundred Phnong ethnic people in Mondulkiri province’s Busra commune, in Ccambodia, have thumbprinted a petition to reject Thieng Try Company’s request for an economic land concession to grow coffee in the area.
Human Rights Watch call for Cambodian government to unconditionally release prominent land rights activist Tep Vanny who was arrested on August 15, 2016. Other affected land communities have also been heavily harassed through arbitrary arrests, detention, and criminal prosecution.
Two organisations expressed concern over land in Preah Vihear province, Cambodia after Hengfu, sugar company based in China, in 2011 and 2016 granted Economic Land Concessions of more than 42,000 hecatres by the Cambodian government.
Two global movements supporting Indigenous Kuoy communities in Cambodia submit a petition to embassies of China and Cambodia calling for the pullout and accountability of Chinese state-owned enterprise Guangdong Hengfu Group Sugar Industry Co., Ltd.
Cambodian government yesterday gave green light to a Chinese-owned firm, Longmate Agriculture Co Ltd, to invest in a banana plantation in Kampot province. Three plantatios cover 5,000 hectares of land that can produce up to 14,000 tonnes of bananas according to Cambodia General Director of Agriculture.
Longmate Agricuture Co., Ltd. une coentreprise d’investisseurs cambodgiens et chinois, a annoncé avoir investi 32 millions de dollars pour la culture de bananes sur 1000 hectares de terres dans le district de Chhouk à Kampot.
Nestle response to the Cambodian farmers lawsuit against sugar producer, Mitr Pohl over alleged land grabbing. The Thai company, Mitr Pohl is direct supplier to Nestlé and tier 2 supplier in other supply chains, mostly via traders.
Cambodia provincial government on Tuesday called on civil society organisations to help verify data involving land dispute between villagers in Koh Kong province and a Chinese company. The land in question is in the midst of a dispute with Union Development Group (UDG).
La délégation chargée d’évaluer l’accord « tout sauf les armes » au Cambodge s'est notamment penchée sur la question des conflits fonciers liés aux compagnies qui cultivent la canne à sucre, conflits fonciers à l'origine de nombreux déplacements de populations.