Vietnam-Laos trade records impressive growth in 2022 Business

Vietnam-Laos trade records impressive growth in 2022

Two-way trade revenue between Vietnam and Laos in 2022 grew 24% from the previous year to reach some 1.7 billion USD, beyond expectations of their leaders at the 44th meeting of the Vietnam – Laos Inter-Governmental Committee on Bilateral Cooperation earlier last year.
Vietnam-Laos companionship bears imprint of Vietnamese Communist Party Politics

Vietnam-Laos companionship bears imprint of Vietnamese Communist Party

The Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) has obtained many outstanding achievements and accompanied the Lao People's Revolutionary Party (LPRP) in the development of the two sides and their gainful partnership, affirmed Thongsavanh Phomvihane, head of the LPRP Central Committee's Commission for External Relations.
CLMV countries to grow stronger this year: Thai bank World

CLMV countries to grow stronger this year: Thai bank

The Economic Intelligence Centre of the Siam Commercial Bank forecasts the CLMV countries, namely Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam, will gain a stronger growth momentum in 2023, but remain below its growth potential prior to the COVID-19 outbreaks.
Laos expects to serve 1.4 million tourists this year World

Laos expects to serve 1.4 million tourists this year

Laos expects to serve 1.4 million domestic and foreign tourists this year with revenue from the tourism sector expected to reach more than 340 million USD, according to the Ministry of Information, Culture, and Tourism.
Programme  brings early Tet asmosphere to OVs in Laos Society

Programme brings early Tet asmosphere to OVs in Laos

Overseas Vietnamese (OVs) in Laos gathered at a “Xuan que huong” (Homeland Spring) programme in Vientiane on January 13 on the occasion of the coming Lunar New Year (Tet) - the most important festival of Vietnamese people in a year.
Vietnam, Laos sign judicial assistance agreement on civil affairs Society

Vietnam, Laos sign judicial assistance agreement on civil affairs

Vietnamese Minister of Justice Le Thanh Long and his Lao counterpart Phayvy Siboualypha signed a judicial assistance agreement on civil affairs under the witness of the two Prime Ministers in Vientiane, Laos on January 11, within the framework of PM Pham Minh Chinh’s Lao visit from January 11-12.