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China ‘ready to amend’ Mekong plan

China has acknowledged concerns about the impacts on people’s livelihoods of the Mekong River navigation channel improvement project, while indicating the possibility of amending or even cancelling the project.[] Thai Foreign Affairs Minister Don Pramudwinai yesterday said he had discussed the project with Chinese authorities ...

PRATCH RUJIVANAROM

Thailand to avoid Mekong blasting plan at China talks

THAILAND will highlight water management, connectivity, sustainable development and people-to-people relations when Foreign Minister Don Pramudwinai joins the 3rd Lancang-Mekong foreign ministers meeting in Dali, China, next week.[]But the controversial blasting of rocks and rapids to clear a navigation channel in the Mekong River would ...

SUPALAK GANJANAKHUNDEE

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