Chinese company plans $100 million aquaculture project in CambodiaStaff Writer | January 31, 2017
A Chinese company and its local partner have a proposal for a $100 million aquaculture project in Cambodia that would include fish farms, a feed mill and a fish processing plant.
Seafood The Phnom Penh Post:
Kaing Kim, deputy director of the ministry’s Fisheries Administration, said that a proposed initial investment of $30 million would be used to develop a 200-hectare fish farming operation at a location yet to be decided.
An additional $70 million would be sunk into developing a feed mill and fish processing factory on the site, with production of frozen seafood and fish filets to be exported to China. ■