Lao Morning News For December 6

Lao Morning News For December 6

Lao PDR morning newsChina: Pineapple seedlings from Basuo sold to Laos for the first time
Recently, the Hainan Wanzhong Industry Company Ltd. produced 10,000 pineapple seedlings, worth 11,000 US dollars, and sold them to Laos for the first time. These seedlings have successfully passed AQSIQ’s examination in Henan province and have been transported to Myanmar for further transportation to Laos.
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Legal sector development building gets assistance from Japan Times Reporters
Laos and Japan will join forces to enhance efforts to develop institutional and individual capacities in the legal sector to realise the government’s master plan of building the country into a state governed by the rule of law.
Vientiane Times 

Laos, China collaborate on ICT development
The Ministry of Post and Telecommunications of Laos and the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China have inked an agreement to support the development of information and communications technology.
Vientiane Times 

First Turbine Runner Installed at Nam Ngiep 1 Project
On Dec 1, Nam Ngiep 1 Hydropower Project (NNP1) successfully placed its first turbine runner for one of two units being installed in the main powerhouse in Borikhan District, Borikhamxay Province.
Lao News Agency 

Country strives to encourage more tourists, longer stays
With the launch of Visit Laos Year 2018, the government intends to attract more tourists to further boost economic growth and eradicate poverty.
Vientiane Times 

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Over 100 Million Kip Donated for Disaster Victims in Vietnam
Over LAK 100 million, approximately over US$ 13,000, has been announced donated as relief aid for the victims of tropical storm Damrey in south central provinces of Vietnam.
Lao News Agency 

Road, traffic signage upgrades grace city streets
Vientiane Public Works and Transport Department is focusing on improving roads and installing more than 200 traffic signs around the capital city to reduce traffic congestion.
Vientiane Times

Labour Minster Receives Morocco Ambassador
Minister of Labour and Social Welfare Sompheng Xaysompheng on Dec 5 received Morocco Ambassador to Laos, Mr Abdelilah El Housni whose office is based in Bangkok, Thailand.
Lao News Agency 

Nakai livestock, fishing project beefs up local livelihoods
French Agency for Development (AFD) and the Nam Theun 2 Power Company (NTPC) are co-financing a 3 million euro project to support livestock and fishing activities in Nakai Plateau of Khammuan province.
Vientiane Times 

Nation’s treasures readied, new museum building handed over
High-ranking government officials gathered in the capital last Friday evening for the handover of a new building set to house the Lao National Museum.
Vientiane Times 

New UNICEF Representative Presents Letter of Credence to Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs
Mr Octavian Bivol, new UNICEF Representative to the Lao PDR presented today a letter of credence to Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Sengphet Houngboungnuang.
Lao News Agency 


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