Raising competitiveness and strengthening the links between agriculture and tourism will contribute to post-Covid 19 recovery and inclusive growth in Laos, according to a report by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) unveiled on September 17.
Major Lao business group PTL Holding Co Ltd (PTLH) is set to assume management of the Vung Ang Seaport in Vietnam’s central Ha Tinh province in November, a company representative has said.
Bachieng Chaleunsouk district in the northern portion of southern Laos’ Champasak province is set to have the largest tapioca processing factory in Laos with production capacity of 450 tonnes of tapioca per day.
Lao's top diplomat Saleumxay Kommasith on July 23 visited the Thanaleng Dry Port (TDP) in Vientiane Logistics Park (VLP), as the project prepares for a soft opening next month, linking with the Laos-China railway.
The Lao Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry recently announced that it had started to accelerated the implementation of plans that focus on promoting agricultural production and services to replace imports.
The Lao government and shareholders in the Nam Theun 2 (NT2) hydropower plant have agreed to develop Nam Theun 2-Solar (NT2S), the largest hybrid floating solar project in the world.
Japan’s Mitsubishi Corporation will develop Southeast Asia’s largest wind farm in Laos to supply electricity to Vietnam, where demand is expected to grow continuously.
The Lao government will hold negotiations with China to seek market openings for the export of more than 90 agricultural products by 2025.
Thanaleng Dry Port (TDP) and Vientiane Logistics Park (VLP) – two mega infrastructure projects – are set to significantly bolster the Lao government’s efforts to transform Laos into a logistics link and land-linked country within the region and beyond.