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Vietnam, Laos enjoy flourishing trade ties

Hanoi (VNA) – The special Vietnam – Laos friendship has been growing unceasingly across the board in the recent past, including in trade, which has been developing in an increasingly substantive manner.

Vietnamese company joins solar power projects in Laos

Vientiane (VNA) – The Wealth Power Group of Vietnam has joined two other partners in developing solar power projects in Champasak and Sekong provinces of Laos. The Vientiane Times reported on September 3 that representatives from Wealth Power Group, National Consulting Group Sole Company and Power Company Limited Thepvongsa signed a deal to this effect at […]

Vietnamese, Lao PMs co-chair meeting of inter-government committee

HÀ NỘI — Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc and his Lao counterpart Thongloun Sisoulith co-chaired the 41st session of the Việt Nam-Laos Inter-Governmental Committee in Hà Nội on Sunday. PM Phúc expressed his delight at the positive development of traditional friendship, special solidarity and comprehensive co-operation between Việt Nam and Laos in diverse areas […]

VN set to buy more electricity from Laos amid projected energy shortage

Vietnam is keen to import more electricity from Laos to address its projected energy shortages, according to a senior official.

VNese, Laotian enterprises sign cooperation agreements on energy, transportation

Within the framework of event, FLC Group Joint Stock Company and Petroleum Trading Lao Public Company (PetroTrade) signed a cooperation agreement to implement Vientiane- Vung Ang railway investment and construction project. Besides, T&T Group and Phongsubthavy Group also co-signed an agreement on cooperation, investment and development of energy projects along the Vietnam-Laos border to produce […]

Why is Laos building Mekong dams it doesn’t need?

Thailand’s economic slump during the coronavirus pandemic led to a drop in electricity demand, with officials estimating power reserves currently at 50% over total capacity.

Winds of change for renewables in the Kingdom

Kampot province will be home to the Kingdom’s first wind farm – a step in the right direction in terms of Cambodia’s renewable energy movement, say experts.

Worries in Laos and Thailand as upstream dams drain Mekong River

Laotians and Thais who depend on the Mekong River for life’s necessities — food, water, income — fear the mighty waterway may be drying up. They say climate change may be a factor in recent droughts in the region, but believe the direct cause of their troubles are the many dams China and Laos have […]