Asian leaders discuss Mekong River's future

There are worries about the environmental impact of hydroelectric dams, especially those in China.

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    Leaders of the countries along the Mekong River have been meeting in Cambodia to discuss how best to make use of the waterway.

    There are worries about the environmental impact of hydroelectric dams, especially those in China.

    Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay reports from the Thai capital, Bangkok.


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