US opens coronavirus push with aid to Laos

US opens coronavirus push with aid to Laos

The United States said on Monday (Feb 10) it had provided health supplies to Laos in the first delivery from a pledge of up to US$100 million in global assistance to fight the coronavirus.
Turning challenges of trade war into opportunities for CLMVT countries

Turning challenges of trade war into opportunities for CLMVT countries

Experts at CLMVT Forum 2019 confirmed that Vietnam is the greatest beneficiary of the US-China trade war as corporations are moving production bases from China.
State visits to aid neighbouring ties

State visits to aid neighbouring ties

Party General Secretary, State President Nguyen Phu Trong’s visits to Laos and Cambodia will help boost Vietnam’s strong ­bilateral co-operation with these western neighbours, with new orientations ahead.
Neighbours get to work on new bilateral projects

Neighbours get to work on new bilateral projects

Vietnam is to continue tweaking and improving on its strong co-operation with neighbouring Laos and Cambodia in the sectors of trade, investment, and energy.
Joint projects a priority for Vietnam and Laos

Joint projects a priority for Vietnam and Laos

Facilitating Vietnamese investment in Laos and joint projects between the two countries will be among the key priorities this year for the bilateral co-operation, according to both governments.
AFF Suzuki Cup: Vietnam defeats Laos 3-0 in opener

AFF Suzuki Cup: Vietnam defeats Laos 3-0 in opener

Vietnam beat Laos 3-0 in its first match of Group A in the ASEAN Federation Football (AFF) Suzuki Cup 2018, which took place at the Laos National Stadium in Vientiane on November 8.
Laos warns against fake news, photos of dam collapse

Laos warns against fake news, photos of dam collapse

Lao authorities have warned that spreading fake news and photos of the dam collapse disaster in southern Laos violates the country’s laws.
Laos learns about experience of Vietnam's railway development

Laos learns about experience of Vietnam's railway development

A Laotian delegation paid a working visit to state-owned VNR yesterday to learn about the management and development of the Vietnamese railway system.
Vietnam sends 200,000 USD in aid to Laos after dam collapse

Vietnam sends 200,000 USD in aid to Laos after dam collapse

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has decided to provide 200,000 USD as relief aid for the Lao government to help the country in the aftermath of the collapse of the Sepien-Senamnoi hydropower dam.
Military Region 5 asks units to join rescue efforts in Laos

Military Region 5 asks units to join rescue efforts in Laos

Shortly after receiving information about the collapse of the Xepian-Xe Nam Noy hydropower dam in Laos, the High Command of Military Region 5 of Vietnam asked its South Laos Friendship Co. Ltd. to send 10 medical workers and hundreds of personnel to join rescue and relief efforts.
Rains hamper search for survivors after Laos dam collapse

Rains hamper search for survivors after Laos dam collapse

Rescuers battled fresh rains Thursday to reach scores of people still missing after a dam collapse in southern Laos that unleashed a torrent of water, washing away whole villages and killing at least 26 people.
A close look at dam collapse incident in Laos

A close look at dam collapse incident in Laos

The Xe Pian-Xe Nam Noy hydropower dam in Laos burst at 8:00pm on July 23, causing flash floods in 10 low-lying villages and completely isolating Sanamxay district.
Laos PM says 131 missing from dam collapse as 26 bodies recovered

Laos PM says 131 missing from dam collapse as 26 bodies recovered

The Laotian prime minister said on Wednesday (Jul 25) 131 people are still missing two days after a dam collapse swamped several villages in the country's south, killing at least 26 people.
Overseas investment: Vietnam exploring new markets

Overseas investment: Vietnam exploring new markets

Besides traditional markets like Laos, Cambodia, and Myanmar, Vietnamese companies have begun searching for new markets for overseas investment.
'Kung Fu' red pandas settle into new Laos sanctuary

'Kung Fu' red pandas settle into new Laos sanctuary

Munching on bamboo and lazing under a fan spraying cooling mist, "Jackie Chan" is in a relaxed mood, one of three red pandas once destined for the exotic wildlife trade but now instead settling into a new home in a leafy Laos sanctuary.
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