Lithium Werks Power Cell Manufacturing Continues to Grow

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Lithium Werks Power Cell Manufacturing Continues to Grow

AUSTIN, Texas and ENSCHEDE, The Netherlands, Nov. 19, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Though 2020 has brought many unprecedented challenges to all businesses around the world, Lithium Werks continues to manufacture the Best in Class patented Lithium Iron Nanophosphate™ Power cells for the most demanding markets. Our 26650 Nanophosphate™ cells are used as single cells, as […]Read More

Laos, China open fast-track lane

Laos and China have launched a fast track lane to ensure socio-economic recovery and people exchange between the two countries amid the Covid-19 pandemic.Deputy Prime Minister and Chairman of the National Taskforce Committee for Covid-19 Prevention and...Read More

Monitoring the progress toward universal access for comprehensive ...

UNFPA and the Ministry of Education and Sports organized a workshop for the presentation of rapid assessment on Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) for secondary education and technical and vocational education training (TVET) centres in Bokeo Prov...Read More

UNICEF Representative calls on Vice Premier

UNICEF Representative to the Lao PDR Pia Rebello Britto paid a courtesy visit to Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Planning and Investment Sonexay Siphandone on Nov 18 on the occasion of her appointment to the post.During the courtesy visit, the vi...Read More

PM pays a guidance visit to Borikhamxay

Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith paid a guidance visit to Borikhamxay province on Nov 18.He was greeted by Borikhamxay Governor Kongkeo Xaysongkham and other senior officials of the province.Addressing a gathering of senior officials at the main hall...Read More

US Minority Students Struggle With Virtual Classes During Pandemic

MIAMI - A devastating new wave of U.S. coronavirus cases is forcing school districts to consider again closing classrooms and returning to remote online instruction, creating educational hurdles that can be especially severe for millions of poor and mi...Read More