According to a report by the Asian Development Bank, TSO-AS & Nawarath, a French-Thai joint venture, was found to have “grossly violated health and safety requirements at workers’ camps along both the northern and southern rail lines.” The report lists “deep pits and quarries” left behind by TSO. Japanese engineering firm Nippon Koei Co Ltd, the consultant hired by the Cambodian government to oversee the project, carried out an investigation in December after the contractors failed to submit a monthly environmental report in November.
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