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Luang Prabang reveals strategy to attract Lao tourists

Luang Prabang, Laos’ premier world heritage site, is investing heavily in the development of facilities at visitor attractions alongside a promotional campaign to boost domestic travel and reinvigorate tourism. The switch in focus to domestic tourists is in response to the severe and unprecedented blow to the tourism industry, especially through the absence of foreign […]

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China Remains the Largest Foreign Investor in Laos

China remains the largest foreign investor in Laos, undertaking a total of 785 projects worth USD 12 billion. Special economic zones, industrial parks, and large-scale infrastructure projects make up the largest areas of Chinese investment in Laos. Chinese investors are constructing the Vientiane-Vang Vieng Expressway, expected to open in December this year. The Lao-China Railway, […]

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Laos gets rail boost from China

NEWS flow on the construction of the China-Laos railway is giving confidence that the mega infrastructure will be on track for completion in December next year, and Laos will reap vast economic benefits from the project. Last month, the Laos-China Railway Company announced that the boring of the final tunnel of the 414km rail project […]

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