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Land dispute with Thai firms long resolved, landless families told to submit applications

Publication date 04 August 2020 | 23:25 | ICT

Oddar Meanchey provincial authorities remain puzzled about the Thai Appeal Court’s recent ruling in favour of more than 700 families who claimed to have been locked in a land dispute with three Thai-owned sugar companies in Samrong town

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