Cambodia 'blood sugar' leaves bitter taste

Recent boom in sugar cane industry brings with it reports of land grabbing and illegal evictions.
Last Modified: 02 Mar 2013 19:24

Fuelled by demand from Europe, Cambodia's sugar cane industry has expanded rapidly in recent years.

The boom has come at a price, however, with reports of land grabs and illegal evictions.

Al Jazeera’s Stephanie Scawen reports from Kampong Speu province, Cambodia.


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