Lao morning news for December 9

Lao morning news for December 9

Lao PDR morning news

Laos, China’s Yunnan promote development in northern Lao provinces
The agreement was signed at a meeting to coordinate cooperation between the northern provinces of Laos and Yunnan province, held recently in Kunming capital of Yunnan province.
— ANN/Vientiane Times

The Mekong River Dying a Slow But Most Certain Death
A confluence of drought and dams along the Mekong River has renewed concerns about the future of the 4,700-kilometer waterway. Upon which tens of millions of people depend for their livelihoods in China, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam.
— Chiang Rai Times

Vietnam-Laos trade hits 940 million USD in ten months
Trade cooperation was a spotlight of the Vietnam-Laos relationship in the first ten months of this year, with revenue reaching 940 million USD.
— Vietnam Plus

One Vietnamese, four Lao men caught trafficking heroin
Hai Phong City police have busted what they say is a transnational drug trafficking ring, arresting one Vietnamese and four Lao men.
— VN Express

TAT keen to entice high-income Lao tourists
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) will continue to push health and wellness tourism and shopping to draw high-income tourists from Laos.
— Bangkok Post

Booming regional meth industry – Thailand, Myanmar, China and Laos
A UN Drugs and Crime report released this year states that the methamphetamine trade is now worth a staggering US$30-61 billion per year in East and South East Asia, Australia, New Zealand and Bangladesh.
— The Thaiger

Laos govt highlights efforts against graft for anti-corruption day
President of the Government Inspection Authority and Head of the Anti-Corruption Authority, Deputy Prime Minister, Dr Bounthong Chitmany made the comment during a ceremony to mark International Anti-Corruption Day in Vientiane yesterday.
— ANN/Vientiane Times

Laos, Asean Plus countries discussing cooperation in clearing mines
The meeting heard on Tuesday that unexploded ordnance of war still poses a threat to human security in the region and around the world.
— ANN/Vientiane Times

Vientiane Expressway No 1 Project pays second installment of compensation worth over US$4 millions
The owners of 92 plots of land, measuring a total of 344,671 sq m, that were impacted by the project in Xaythany and Xayxettha districts of Vientiane gathered at a hall in Xaythany to receive the money on Thursday.
— ANN/Vientiane Times

Agricultural, economic censuses to promote Lao growth
Representatives from relevant government departments, international organisations and development partners gathered for a meeting in Vientiane yesterday to learn about the requirements, work plan and contributions for conducting LCA III and EC III across the country.
— ANN/Vientiane Times

South Korea fund to provide nearly US$44 million for water supply projects in Laos
This was decided at a meeting between representatives of EDCF and the Lao government that discussed ways to implement these projects.
— ANN/Vientiane Times

Unforgettable journey to a mysterious Plain of Jars site
The Plain of Jars, located on a plateau in central Laos, gets its name from the more than 2,100 tubular-shaped megalithic stone jars used for funerary practices in the Iron Age.
— ANN/Vientiane Times

President receives Vietnam’s Minister of Justice
President Bounnhang Vorachit received on Dec 6 a courtesy call from the Minister of Justice Le Thanh Long who is on a working visit to the Lao PDR between Dec 5-7.
— KPL

Laos, R. Korea exchange lessons on E-government
The E-government Centre, Ministry of Post and Telecommunications of Laos in cooperation with the Ministry of Interior and Safety of the Republic of Korea held a workshop on E-government development in Laos and the Republic of Korea in Vientiane, Lao PDR on Dec 5.
— KPL

 

Feature photo Ashley Scott Kelly 

This week’s Lao morning news feature photo focuses on International Mountain Day, December 11.

 

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