Cambodian Partnership is a private limited liability company with a registered capital of US $ 25,000 and a US $ 34,000,000 investment capital located at its headquarters # 28B, Street No. 384, Sangkat Toul Svay Prey II, Khan Chamkar Morn, Phnom Penh, phone number (855-17) 889595. Cambodian Container Plant has never experienced the experience of planting rubber crops before, but the company has experience of cultivating palm oil in Malaysia for almost 20 years. Currently, the company also has many experienced and technical staff in cultivating rubber from Malaysia, including Tan Chee Wee, who has more than 50 years of experience in planting rubber crops and other crops. In order to apply for a concession from the Royal Government of Cambodia for the development of agro-industry (rubber plantations and other crops) of Cambodian Plants. The Company received legal documents relating to companies from the Royal Government of Cambodia (the legal documents contained in Annex 1.)
- Referring to Letter 001 CDP / 14.04.2011 dated 14 April 2011 of Cambodian Investment Partnership, HE Senior Minister, Minister of Environment, requesting economic land concession of over 10,000 hectares for investment in the field. Agro-industrial plantation is located in the village of Preng Thom and Rovdouro commune, Chorm Ksan district, Preah Vihear province. - The Office of the Council of Ministers' Letter No. 977, dated 9 August 2011, agreed with the Ministry of Environment's request by allowing Cambodia's companies to invest in the field of agro-industrial processing on the total area 9,237 hectares for the past 70 years in the Kulen Promtep Wildlife Sanctuary in Preah Vihear Province.
- According to the sub-decree Nº 206 on September 7, 2011, the Royal Government of Cambodia has set a management zone in the area of Kulen Prabhupteep on a total area of 9,237 hectares to be a sustainable use zone. In the Preah Vihear province to provide Cambodian Company Plc. Investment Company to invest in growing agro-industry. - According to sub-decree 281 dated December 13, 2011 on the 9,237-hectare area cleared of the Kulen Pagoda in Preah Vihear province, it is classified as private property. State under lease or concession to invest in agro-industrial plantation.
- Ref. No. 180, dated 28 December 2011 on granting to HE Moek Mareth, Senior Minister and Minister of Environment, Signed on behalf of the Royal Government of Cambodia and His Excellency Keat Chhon, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Ministry of Economy and Finance. And agree to sign a contract for investment in agro-industry on the site The 9.237 hectares of rice fields for 70 years are located in the sustainable use zone of the Kulen Prhteep Wildlife Sanctuary in Preah Vihear Province with CAMBODIAN DAWN PLANTATION Ltd. - The contract dated 9 February 2012 between Ministry of Environment was represented by HE Minister of Environment HE Mok Mareth and CAMBODIAN DAWN PLANTATION Ltd. Developing 70 years of agro-industrial plantation development in the sustainable use of the Kulen Prum Thip Wildlife Sanctuary in Preah Vihear Province.
According to Sub-decree 72, dated August 11, 1999 on the process of environmental impact assessment, said investment projects on agro-industrial plantation (rubber plantation and other crops) of Cambodia Investment Plc Located in the sustainable use zone of the Kulen Promei Wildlife Sanctuary in the village of Rolous, From Pring Thom commune, Chorm Ksan district, Preah Vihear province, which covers 9,237 hectares of cultivated land and 50 years old (as of February 9, 2012), it is classified into the category required to work. Environmental Impact Assessment is a type of agricultural project that covers agricultural, industrial, agricultural and forest land, ≤ 10,000 hectares. According to Sub-Decree No. 206, dated September 7, 2011, the Royal Government of Cambodia has set a management zone in the area of Kulen Prhao Wildlife Sanctuary covering a total area of 9,237 hectares into a sustainable use zone. Preah Vihear Province Provides Cambodian Development Partnership to Developing Agro-Industry Development. The development investment projects for agro-industrial crops lasted 50 years, of which the company needed two years from 2012 to 2013 for infrastructure construction in the project area. The investment project for agricultural and agro-industrial development lasts for 50 years, which is only 43 years. The industrial development investment project will complete the project by 2063, which the company needs five years to redevelop the project area. The company has planned for at least five years, in which each sub-region needs a period of at least 1 year restoration for each sub-region. According to the project's master plan, the company has begun production of crops in 2014, and the company plans to complete its cultivation work on the five sub-zones by 2032. In agricultural and industrial crops (rubber and other crops), the company is divided into 5 sub-regions, with the sub-zone covering 2,000 hectares, which takes four years to complete planting crops (2014 to 2017) . Sub-zone 2 covers an area of 2,000 hectares, which takes four years to complete planting crops (2018 to 2021). Sub-zone 3 covers an area of 2,000 hectares, which takes four years to complete the cultivation (2022-2025). Sub-zone 4 covers an area of 2,000 hectares, which will take four years to complete the cultivation period (2026-2029), and the 5th sub-region, covering 1,237 hectares, which will take two years to cultivate crops. Done (2030 to 2032).