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Long Way to go Regarding Cambodia-Thailand Crime

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    December 26, 2015
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There is a long way to go regarding Cambodia/Thailand’s crime along the border like drugs, wildlife trafficking, and human trafficking…

The economic consequences are immense.  Not just  the urgency of destruction of forests and natural habitats, but the pain and damage wrought on victims of trafficking. Both countries have established border liaison offices, BLOs, each country watching the other.  And they are also working on port control to monitor trade and immigration in and through sea ports.  This article asserts that there is still some distance to go for the two countries to feel comfortable to share comprehensive information with each other quickly. But criminal organisations work very fast and states need to keep up.

Read the entire article by clicking on the link below.

Cambodia-Thailand cooperation on transnational crime has ‘long way to go’ Pnom Penh Post

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