Visiting Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev (C) and Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen (2nd L) review an honour guard ahead of a meeting in Phnom Penh on November 24, 2015. AFP PHOTO
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Cambodia depends heavily on imported fuel and power to meet its rising energy demand, with costs per unit among the most expensive in Southeast Asia and a common source of complaint from foreign investors.Inaugurating a $540 million, 246-megawatt hydropower dam in Koh Kong province Wednesday, Prime Minister Hun Sen acknowledged some of the concerns, like flooding of forested land, but said Cambodia had no choice.Cambodia plans to build 14 hydro dams to be operational by 2020 .
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