Confronting Complexity: Lessons Learned from Engagement with Chinese Enterprises

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A case study produced by the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) in 2016, focusing on a Chinese company’s tourist development project in Cambodia. The Chinese company realized that it faced growing tensions with local communities, and asked the AFSC and a couple of other international organizations to provide it with a consultation regarding this aspect of its operations. This report can be of use to anyone interested in how Chinese companies that conduct projects abroad relate with local communities and civil society.

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A case study by the American Friends Service Committee, focusing on a Chinese company’s tourist development project in Cambodia.

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This report is the work of the Inclusion Factory, the first industrial factory in China that specialises in employing intellectually-challenged individuals, and contains chapters written by a variety of Chinese and international experts.