Lao Morning News For July 11

Lao Morning News For July 11

Lao PDR morning news

Laos plans more cattle amid export slide
DUE TO decreased demand, the value of cattle exports from Laos decreased for the first quarter of this year compared to the same period last year.
The Nation

Information key to boosting Korean investment
Laos has opportunities for Korean investors, but business-related information remains limited meaning the full potential remains untapped, according to the Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI).
Vientiane Times

Korean franchise operators seek partners in Lao
BUSINESS operators from the Republic of Korea are seeking local partners to operate businesses under their franchise models in Laos.
The Nation

Government experts discuss occupational health and safety
Experts from several ministries and international organisations met in Vientiane yesterday to discuss and share experiences as part of framing a draft regulation for occupational health and safety.
Vientiane Times

Laos set to end hunger by 2030
Laos is committed to reducing food insecurity and malnutrition to levels that would be considered insignificant by 2025 and to eliminate both by 2030 in line with the National Nutrition Strategy, Minister of Agriculture and Forestry Dr Lien Thikeo has said.
Vientiane Times

Landslide claims 6 lives in northern Laos
Six people were killed in a landslide in northern Lao province Phongsaly on Sunday, after almost two weeks of rainfall hit the region, Lao state-run media Vientiane Times reported Monday.
Xinhua

World Bank funds growth in 3 nations
THE WORLD BANK is supporting 43 active projects in Laos, Myanmar and Cambodia, with commitments of over 2.7 billion US dollars (Bt92bn) as of June, according to a recent report.
The Nation

 

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Cara Navarro

Journalism Intern at AEC News Today
Cara recently finished her first year at Bryn Mawr College in the United States, where she is studying Growth and Structure of Cities. While she is from Manila, Philippines, she has lived in multiple cities around the world, most recently Phnom Penh.

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