Lao Morning News For July 26

Lao Morning News For July 26
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Lao PDR morning newsImport and Export Procedures in Laos – Best Practices
Officially the Lao Peoples’ Democratic Republic (Lao PDR), landlocked Laos borders China, Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Asean Briefing

Government introduces customs, tax, fee e-payments
The Lao government is upgrading payment methods for customs, tax, and other fees at the international customs checkpoint nationwide.
Vientiane Times

Nation’s renewable energy options explored with assistance from China
Laos must increase understanding of the rapid development and expanding use of renewable energies and the revolution in energy production and distribution especially for technical officials responsible for the field.
Vientiane Times

Houaphanh Approves Private Company to Develop Tad Saleuay
Houaphanh Province has granted a concessional right of Tad Saleuay waterfall-tourist site to the Airkong Private Company.
Lao News Agency

New investors sought for city’s Nongpaen tourism project
Authorities are seeking new investors for the Nongpaen tourism development project in Vientiane’s Hadxaifong district after the previous developer’s concession licence was revoked in July last year.
Vientiane Times

Govt set to revise poverty lines
The government is set to revise the poverty line for rural and urban dwellers to increase wellbeing of the Lao people and the current economic circumstances.
Vientiane Times

Lao PDR, Australia Extend Human Rights Cooperation
The Lao PDR and Australia have agreed to deepen bilateral cooperation on human rights through a new four-year programme launched in Vientiane on Jul 18.
Lao News Agency

NA Offices of Vietnam, Laos tighten ties
The National Assembly (NA) Offices of Vietnam and Laos are holding their ninth joint conference in the central city of Da Nang from July 24-28 to share experience in assisting the two legislatures.
VietnamNet Bridge

Sonca Forecast to Enter Laos
Department of Meteorology and Hydrology, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment has warned a tropical storm (Sonca) will enter the country on Jul 26.
Lao News Agency

Dozens of Laotian elephants ‘illegally sold to Chinese zoos’
Dozens of elephants from Laos are being illegally bought by China to be displayed in zoos and safari parks across the country, according to wildlife investigator and film-maker Karl Ammann.
The Guardian

 

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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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