Sunday, August 18, 2019

Lao, Vietnamese presidents agree to further strengthen ties

Laos and Vietnam have agreed to further their great friendship, special solidarity and comprehensive cooperation with the signing of nine cooperation agreements. The agreements were...

Inactive investors to lose land concession licences

The government has given the green light for state agencies to revoke land concession licences held by investors who fail to develop state land...

Laos-China counting on cooperation in statistics

China plans to support Laos in the field of statistics aiming to develop the capacity and knowledge of local government officials as part of...

New roads set to improve trade, living standards

Motorists should enjoy reduced travel times in the capital when the construction of road links between the That Luang marsh area and other roads...

Two new Savannakhet bridges heading for May handover

The new Xekoumkam and Xethamuak bridges along National Road No. 9 in Savannakhet province are approaching 80 percent completion with the official in charge...

PM pushes for Bruneian investment

Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith has told ministries to be proactive in attracting investment from Brunei Darussalam after learning that companies in the oil-rich country...

Laos, China ink US$4.5 million deal on cooperation projects

The Lao and Chinese governments have signed a funding agreement designed to finance a range of projects under the Mekong-Lancang cooperation framework. Deputy Minister of...

Laos, Brunei highly value bilateral ties

Visiting Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith and His Majesty Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah have said they highly value the friendly relations and cooperation between their...

Private education institutes to resume bachelor degree courses

Education authorities have given approval for some private colleges to raise their status to private education institutes so they can recommence bachelor and higher...

Market to decide 5G service in Laos: telecom official

The Ministry of Post and Telecommunications will rely on market mechanisms to decide whether the country will launch a 5G service, according to a...