Lao Morning News For February 13

Lao Morning News For February 13
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Lao PDR morning newsGovernment Considers, Approves 10 Draft Laws
The government approved in its extraordinary meeting held last week 10 draft laws and amendments to laws including draft laws on Public Debt Management;
Value Added Tax, Bank of the Lao PDR, Economic Dispute Settlement, Social Security, Signs, Military Officers of Lao People’s Army, Civil Aviation, Lao Front for National Development, and Veterans’ Federation.
Lao News Agency 

Health officials to develop network to tackle communicable diseases between Thailand, Laos
Health officials from the northern provinces of Phayao and Chiang Mai plan to develop a network for monitoring and preventing communicable diseases between Thailand and Laos.

Laos-China co-produced TV program promoted in Lao university
A culture exchange program and Laos-China co-produced TV program promotion was held in Lao National University here on Monday.
Xinhua Net

Hundreds of People Celebrate Chinese New Year in Vientiane
Hundreds of people turned out at National Culture Hall in Vientiane for the celebration of Chinese New Year, also known as Luna New Year, on Feb 10.
Lao News Agency

Xayaboury Ready to Celebrate Elephant Festival 2018
The annual Elephant Festival has been scheduled to take place on February 16-22 in the northwestern province Xayaboury.
Lao News Agency


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