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China Remains the Largest Foreign Investor in Laos

China remains the largest foreign investor in Laos, undertaking a total of 813 projects worth USD 16 billion. “China also plays a significant role in special economic zone investments, with the Lao government having authorized 89 projects worth over USD 215 million,” Mr. Sonexay Siphandone ...

Phayboune Thanabouasy

‘Review compensation policy’, research institute suggests

A top economic research institute has suggested the government reconsider its compensation policy, as many people who were compensated for the loss of their land to special and specific economic zones (SEZs) have been unhappy with the amount they received.The National Economic Research Institute (NERI) ...

Souksakhone Vaenkeo

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