Australian Mining Firm Pledges to Improve Mondulkiri Infrastructure

(Mondulkiri): One of Australia’s largest companies (article does not say the name, but presumably it’s Renaissance Minerals (Cambodia), a subsidiary of Australia-based Emerald Resources NL) plans to invest capital in Mondulkiri province. This comes after government approval on the gold mining business at Okvau, Keo Seima District.

Svay Sameang, Mondulkiri provincial governor,  welcomed the company during a tree planting on the morning of September 17, 2018. He added that the company had been working from 2002 to 2018 to obtain proper mining permits from the Royal Government of Cambodia.

The company has contributed to the Royal Government of Cambodia, especially in Mondulkiri. The company has pledged to make efforts to rebuild  infrastructure in the area, such as roads, bridges, schools and  hospitals, in a remote areas of ​​the province. There is another level of improvement.

According to the provincial governor, the company plans to spend US $ 1 million on roads and bridges and will respond to the needs of local people in the area to improve and contribute.

The governor also praised the company for providing subsidies to civil servants in Mondulkiri.


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