December 14, 2018 | Lao Tribune

Daily Archives December 14, 2018

IVECO Daily vans help distribute fresh food to charities across ...

Have you ever wondered what happens to the surplus provisions at your local supermarket or to the unwanted food at your favorite restaurant? In Australia, a pioneering charity, OzHarvest, has come up with a solution to try and repurpose some of this food: a sustainable collection and redistribution service which delivers thousands of meals to […]Read More

Secretary Pompeo and Secretary Mattis’ Meeting with ...

Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo and Secretary of Defense James Mattis hosted Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland and Canadian Minister of Defense Harjit Sajjan for policy discussions at the Department of State in Washington, D.C...Read More

State-Ordered Donations in Laos ‘Not Needed,’ But Money ...

Donations required of officials in a district in southwestern Laos to celebrate national holidays this year will no longer be needed, though money already sent in has not been returned, sources in the one-party Southeast Asian nation say.The contributi...Read More

Laos, Thailand Pledge Stronger Cooperation

(KPL) Laos and Thailand have pledged to enhance and promote cooperation on economic, trade, investment, and electric energy to contribute to building ASEAN economic community and turning ASEAN into a single production base.At the 3rd Lao-Thai Joint Cab...Read More

NA Approves Law On Health Insurance

KPL) People's representatives yesterday, Dec 13 approved the Law on Health Insurance, the first of its kind.Brainstorming the law, the lawmakers expressed that they expected that the law would allow low income families to access universal health insura...Read More