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Chinese Hydrodam Remains a Concern, Mystery to Localsi
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May 09, 2013 9:20 PM
Villagers in Koh Kong province say they are being kept in the dark on a hydroelectric dam planned to be built by a Chinese company in the remote Areng valley of the coastal province of Koh Kong. But villagers here say they are worried that if the dam is indeed built, it will cause major harm to their livelihoods. Cambodia has turned to the Chinese for a number of hydropower dams across the country. Supporters say they are needed to power the country’s growth and development, but opponents say they are not worth the environmental costs. (Say Mony, Koh Kong)

Chinese Hydrodam Remains a Concern, Mystery to Locals

Published May 10, 2013

Villagers in Koh Kong province say they are being kept in the dark on a hydroelectric dam planned to be built by a Chinese company in the remote Areng valley of the coastal province of Koh Kong. But villagers here say they are worried that if the dam is indeed built, it will cause major harm to their livelihoods. Cambodia has turned to the Chinese for a number of hydropower dams across the country. Supporters say they are needed to power the country’s growth and development, but opponents say they are not worth the environmental costs. (Say Mony, Koh Kong)