Cambodia

In this month’s edition of ASIAN-MENA COUNSEL, we provide you with a Mekong Region Update. Industry experts from Gide Loyrette Nouel offer up a comprehensive overview on the current status of infrastructure in these largely underdeveloped countries bound together by the Mekong River. We learn that some of these countries are seeing sweeping economic and legal changes and here we discover how this has impacted the landscape in terms of foreign investment and new projects in the pipeline.

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