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  • Feature: China, Laos cooperate to enhance poverty reduction capacity with hard, soft methods

    "Learning from to China's poverty reduction experience, we did not simply bring money and project here like blood transfusion, but have been carrying out more effective and sustainable 'hematopoietic poverty alleviation' in the project villages."

    September21,2020


  • Feature: Chinese firms lay tracks through 1st major station of China-Laos railway

    Chinese engineering companies have laid rail tracks through the Vangvient station, the first major station along the China-Laos railway.

    September15,2020


  • Chinese, Lao firms sign shareholders' pact for grid joint venture

    Lao state-owned Electricite du Laos (EDL) and China Southern Power Grid (CSG) have signed the Shareholders' Agreement of Electricite du Laos Transmission Company Limited (EDLT) in Lao capital Vientiane for jointly establishing the EDLT.

    September03,2020


  • Construction going well on China-Laos railway

    Construction of the Kunming-Vientiane Railway to link China and Laos is proceeding smoothly, according to the company in charge of the project's Chinese section.

    August24,2020


  • 14.5-km tunnel on China-Laos railway drilled through

    A 14.5-km tunnel on the Kunming-Vientiane Railway to link China with Laos has been bored through, the China State Railway Group Co., Ltd. (China Railway) said.

    August13,2020


  • Lao PM speaks highly of China-Laos railway construction achievements

    Lao Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith spoke highly of China-Laos railway construction achievements when inspecting the construction of the railway's Vientiane station on Thursday.

    July31,2020


  • Chinese premier holds talks with Lao PM

    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang holds talks with Lao Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith via video link at the Great Hall of the Pe...

    July22,2020


  • China-Laos railway's future Lao staff start learning Chinese

    The future China-Laos railway operation staff have started receiving Chinese language training at the Confucius Institute of the National University of Laos in the Lao capital Vientiane.

    June24,2020


  • China-Laos railway's 2nd longest tunnel drilled

    China Railway Guangzhou Engineering Group (CRECGZ) drilled through the Ban Nakok Tunnel, the second longest tunnel along the China-Laos railway, on Sunday.

    June22,2020


  • What are the aims of the Belt and Road Initiative?

    The joint pursuit of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) aims to enhance connectivity and practical cooperation. It is about jointly meeting various challenges and risks confronting mankind and delivering win-win outcomes and common development.

    June18,2020


  • What progress has been made in the Belt and Road Initiative

    The Belt and Road (B&R) Initiative, proposed by China in 2013, has grown into one of the most promising platforms for international cooperation, forging a new pathway toward inclusive globalization that delivers shared benefits.

    June17,2020


  • What are the benefits of Belt and Road Initiative?

    The Belt and Road Initiative aims to become a transnational network to facilitate trade and investment and promote common development among all countries involved. At the same time, the Belt and Road Initiative aims to ensure all parties gain real benefits.

    June17,2020


  • What is China-Thailand Railway under Belt and Road Initiative?

    The China-Thailand railway will be Thailand’s first standard-gauge railway to be jointly built by China and Thailand. Its planned length is 900 kilometers.

    June12,2020


  • What is China-Laos railway?

    Starting from the Mohan-Boten crossing at the China-Laos border, the 414-kilometer-long China-Laos railway will run south to Vientiane, the capital of Laos. Itis scheduled to open in December 2021, with a design speed of 160 kilometers per hour.

    June01,2020


  • China-Laos railway starts recruiting local employees

    The China-Laos railway project has started interviewing local job applicants for future operation since Thursday.

    May29,2020


  • China-Laos railway tunnel's border drilling finished

    China Railway No. 2 Engineering Group (CREC-2) told Xinhua that it has drilled through the Friendship Tunnel from northern Laos to the border line with China on Wednesday.

    May20,2020


  • 8,100 tonnes steel rails of China-Laos railway exported from Tianjin Port

    A ship loaded with 8,100 tonnes of 25-meter steel rails sailed from Tianjin Port recently. This batch of steel rails will be laid on the China-Laos railway connecting Kunming and Vientiane, the capital of Laos, reported chinanews.com Sunday.

    May11,2020


  • Construction of 1st communication tower of China-Laos railway completed

    The construction of a 40-meter four-pipe communication tower of the China-Laos railway Vientiane station was completed on the outskirts of the Lao capital on Monday, marking major progress in the railway communication signal project.

    April20,2020


  • Track laying starts in Yuxi-Mohan section of China-Laos Railway

    With a 25-meter-long rail steadily laid on the subgrade, the Yuxi-Mohan section of the China-Laos Railway on Tuesday kicked off its track laying in Yuxi city, southwest China's Yunnan Province. 

    April08,2020


  • China-Laos railway communication signal project commenced

    With concrete cast for the construction of a 40-meter four-pipe communication tower of the future Vientiane railway station in the outskirts of the Lao capital on Tuesday morning, the China-Laos Railway communication signal project has been officially commenced.

    March31,2020


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