The Cambodian government and the European Union remained at odds
last week over how to compensate families that have lost land to
the country's controversial sugar plantations, even over how
many families should be compensated, and seemed to move closer
to agreement on the need for an outside party to mediate.
Sugar imports were also scheduled to be discussed at
bilateral talks on E.U.-Cambodia relations that started in
Brussels on Monday.
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for its accuracy.
(Phnom Penh Newsroom; Editing by Subhranshu Sahu)