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The Killing of Dr Kem Ley

New Matilda, 25 July 2016: A funeral procession of more than a million people, organisers said, accompanied the coffin of slain activist Kem Ley through Phnom Penh on Sunday as his body made the journey from the pagoda where it had lain in state for two weeks back to his home town in the provinces. 189 more words

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Global Witness and the language of deception

As the previous post on this blog noted, most media uncritically accepted the claims of Global Witness’ report Hostile Takeover to “link” Hun Sen’s family to companies with a total registered capital of $201 million, when in fact the report documents ownership only of $15.8 million by Hun Sen’s extended family and of $31.4 million by two of his children’s in-laws. 1,418 more words

Cambodia

Global Witness’ flawed report on Hun Sen’s family

The Global Witness report Hostile Takeover: The Corporate Empire of Cambodia’s Ruling Family was provided well in advance to selected media, to allow them to describe it without rushing. 1,707 more words

Cambodia

6. Retrenchment

Even with the terribly stupid choice that was made, I stood by it.

A part of me was convinced there would be a turnaround. I thought that by remaining steadfast, despite the abuse, everything would turn out fine in the end. 197 more words

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5. Hostile takeover (Part 2)

Running away with Mr Wickham was liberating.

I felt happy that I made such a risky and adventurous decision, albeit at the expense of the safe and secure merger. 254 more words

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4. Hostile takeover (Part 1)

The merger went smoothly for a number of years. We met KPIs, the business was under control and it was like clockwork. It was almost time for an important press conference, invites to reporters and all the relevant people were about to be issued. 187 more words

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Sanofi's Takeover Battle With Medivation Has Hit a Whole New Phase

French drugmaker Sanofi and its takeover target Medivation on Monday said they had filed official materials with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, as their $9.3 billion battle advances to the next phase. 288 more words

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