Land concessions have been granted in Cambodia for various purposes.
A land concession leased by an ‘extractive industry’ under agreement that its natural resources will be sold.
SEZ is a geographical region that has economic and other laws that are more free-market-oriented than a country’s typical or national laws.
The estimated hydropower potential of the lower Mekong Basin, excluding China, is 30,000 MW, while that of the upper Mekong Basin is 28,930 MW.
An oil and gas block is a land concession granting hydrocarbon rights, not merely surface rights.
Parcels of land determined to hold an intrinsic value and so are set aside to prevent or ensure that only specific types of development are possible.