Sep 202012
 
Landmark That Luang Stupa Vientiane Capital

Landmark That Luang Stupa Vientiane Capital

 

WTC vientiane

WTC vientiane

 

world-trade-Laosgpsmap center Vientiane Laos

world-trade-Laosgpsmap center Vientiane Laos

 

artists-impression-of-WTC-Laos

 

WTC- sales and rental building

WTC- sales and rental building

 

wtc-construction site

wtc-construction site

 

industrial estate entrance

industrial estate entrance

 

asian-mall

asian-mall

 

Jiro computer I store

Jiro computer I store

 

stock-exchange

stock-exchange

vita-park

vita-park

 

saysettha-development

saysettha-development

 

Capital building Vientiane city

Capital building Vientiane city

 

New construction project underway, look at that here in Vientiane!

 

The Vientiane Shrine is open for “Business”

 

Crown Plaza Hotel coming soon Vientiane Laos

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Construction cranes dot the skyline on the Mekong river

The main sales office on Samsenthai road shows this model

Shopping mall apartments

 

ASEM9 will be held on November 5-6 under the theme “Friends for Peace, Partners for Prosperity”.
The government will have 120 Mercedes Benz and 11 BMW sedans to transport heads of state and government and high-ranking officials from Asia and Europe who will attend the summit in November.
Forty Mercedes Benz S350s have been bought, along with 65 Mercedes Benz E350s. Another 15 Mercedes Benz are also available, having been imported for previous international conferences.
The government has also bought 130 Toyota Camrys for use by high-level summit delegates.
Mr Phouphet said about 40 percent or 96 billion kip of the total 240 billion kip will go towards vehicle procurement. The remainder will be used for administrative expenses, not including infrastructure construction and upgrade, which has been funded by other countries.
Laos has received funding and grant assistance from China, which provided a grant of 450 million yuan (about US$71 million), a soft loan of about US$37 million, and 10 buses and 4 motorcades.
In addition, Japan has provided 1.93 billion yen (about US$25 million) and US$3 million, while Vietnam has provided US$500,000 and some equipment.
Thailand has provided 190 million baht (about US$6 million) of which 30 percent is a grant and 70 percent a soft loan, and Brunei has given a grant of US$500,000.
The European Union (EU) provided a grant of US$400,000 for study tours so that Lao officials could learn about hosting such an event from European countries that had done so in the past. The EU has also provided help with the interpretation of six languages and three translators for each language.
Australia has provided assistance with English language, protocol, and translator training. Singapore is helping with preparations for Senior Officials’ Meetings, manual writing, and audiovisual equipment. Pakistan has provided 10 sets of computers.

 

New hotel construction

groundbreaking to opening 7 months

 

Landmark Mekong Riverside Hotel

 

The Manager, “Now I know god is money”

 

Newly constructed convention hall for the Asem Summit

International convention center built by China

 

 

New USA Embassy under construction Vientiane Laos

 

 

Vientiane presidential palace renovation

 

Electric fountain Kaysone Road Vientiane Laos