National Assembly of Laos

The Lao National Assembly (Laos) is a unicameral assembly of Laos, which holds meetings in Vientiane. Laos is a one-party country. This means that Laos has only one political party-the Lao People’s Revolutionary Party.The Lao National Assembly was established in accordance with the 1991 …

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Lao holding state-owned enterprise

Lao Holding State Enterprise (LHSE) is a state-owned enterprise involved in energy industry financing in Laos. The company holds 25% of the shares of the two Nantun Power Companies. Lao holding state-owned enterprises participate in energy infrastructure projects in Laos, including the S…

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Lao Stock Exchange

The Lao Securities Exchange is the main stock exchange in Laos, which is located in the capital Vientiane. In 2010, the Lao government sought technical and financial support from South Korea and Thailand to help establish the exchange, and the South Korean exchange holds 49% of the excha…

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Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Laos

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Laos) of Laos is a government department in charge of foreign relations in Laos. Its main office is in Vientiane. The current Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Laos is Mr. Saleumxay Kommasith.Laos Foreign Ministry’s departments, including:
officers and empl…

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Lao Electric Power Company

Electricite du Laos (EDL) is a Lao state-owned enterprise that owns and operates power generation, transmission and distribution throughout Laos. The company also manages the electricity import and export of the Lao National Grid. The Lao Electric Power Company was founded in 1959 and is…

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Laos Customs

Lao PDR Customs is a Lao customs service. It is responsible for the management and supervision of goods, personnel and vehicles flowing into and out of Laos customs; operating customs offices; collecting import and export tariffs.The Lao Customs has offices in many towns and urban areas,…

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Vientiane Times

Vientiane Times is an English-language newspaper in Laos. It is published for Vientiane, the capital of Laos. It was established in 1994. At first, it was a weekly newspaper. In 2004, it became a daily newspaper. It is a foreign language newspaper published by the Lao Press, which is a s…

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