Lao Morning News For December 4

Lao Morning News For December 4

Lao PDR morning newsIFC Supports Business-Enabling Infrastructure, Promoting Investment, Creating Jobs in Laos
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, is lending US$ 2 million to Aanandi Lao Co. Ltd, a property development company, for the construction of one of the first of its kind, international best practice, multi-story serviced apartment building in Vientiane Capital.
— Lao News Agency

Lao Front, Phongsavanh Groupjoin forces to lift rural folk out of poverty
The Lao Front for National Development (LFND) this week took villagers and officials on a three-day study tour to two agricultural development centres in Sakonnakorn and KhonKaen provinces of Thailand to observe production and management methods.
— Vientiane Times

Most youths don’t understand traffic regulations: police
Most young people aged between 15 and 20 still lack knowledge of the traffic regulations and this is contributing to road accidents, according to traffic police.
— Vientiane Times

Vangvieng proving popular choice for National Day long weekend
Many popular riverside hotels and other accommodation in Vientiane province’s Vangvieng district are now fully booked by domestic travellers for the coming long weekend to celebrate National Day following the government announcement of an additional substitute holiday.
— Vientiane Times

Laos firmly moves forward!
Today, the entire Party, army and people of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic are celebrating their 42nd National Day (December 2, 1975 – 2017).
— Nhan Dan

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