Lao Morning News For July 9

Lao Morning News For July 9
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Lao PDR morning newsPM Urges Strengthening Business Sector Through Law Improvement
While giving a guidance talk at the 11th Lao Business Forum on Jul 5, Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith emphasized the importance of strengthening the business sector through the improvement of business-related laws and regulations adding that doing so could help achieve the national socio-economic development goals.
— Lao News Agency

Over 61 percent of Savannakhet Road No 9 bridges complete
More than 61 percent of the project to build two bridges along National Road No 9 –Xekoumkam Bridge and Xethamuak Bridge – in Savannakhet province has been completed to some 61.28 percent.
— Vientiene Times

UXO major obstacle to development in some Lao rural areas
The widespread presence of unexploded ordnance (UXO) in many rural areas is seen as a major obstacle to national economic and social development, local daily Vientiane Times reported on Friday.
— Xinhua

Laos-China Rail produced beams popping up in capital
The Laos-China Railway Project is building pre-stressed concrete beams to be placed on pylons to create a stretch of high-speed railroad on the relatively flat Vientiane Plain, with approximately 800 beams required.
— Vientiene Times

Laos Places 132nd On Status of Children Report
Save the Children launched a new global report, ‘The Many Faces of Exclusion’ where it ranked countries based on a range of indicators related to childhood.
— The Laotian Times

Ethnic leaders meeting to strengthen the nation’s solidarity
Eminent persons from all ethnic groups across the country and overseas will meet next month in Vientiane is expected to shine a light on the efforts to strengthen the solidarity of the entire Lao nation.
— Vientiene Times

Theatrical Lao She adaptation returns to stage
“Five Acts of Life,” a theatrical adaptation of short stories by famed late Chinese novelist and dramatist Lao She, will tour China from July to November.
— Xinhua

Growth projections push Bolaven Plateu airport feasibility study
A Chinese firm is carrying out a feasibility study for the development of a new township on the Bolaven Plateau in southern Laos to support a number of mega projects.
— Vientiene Times

Online registration only road to uni entrance exams
Online registration is the sole avenue for students seeking to study at National University of Laos (NUoL) in the 2018-19 academic year.
— Vientiene Times


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