Chinese Banana Plantations Lose Their Appeal in Laos as Pollution Concerns Grow
Published by: Open Development Laos
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|Version / Edition||2016|
|Co-author (individual)||Ounkeo Souksavanh, Brooks Boliek|
|Publication place||Washington, USA|
|Publisher||Radio Free Asia|
|Keywords||banana plantations,chinese investment,chemicals|
|Date uploaded||January 3, 2018, 16:31 (UTC)|
|Date modified||January 22, 2018, 00:36 (UTC)|