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  • Chinese top political advisor inspects construction of China-Laos railway

    Chinese top political advisor Wang Yang on Monday inspected the construction of the China-Laos Railway at ancient Lao capital Luang Prabang, some 220 km north of Vientiane.


  • Feature: China-Laos railway brings up Lao apprentice to craftsman

    Working for more than two years on the China-Laos railway construction site, Noy Sonemany has turned himself from an unskilled house builder in the town to a "Railway Craftsman" with outstanding professional skills.


  • Feature: China-Laos railway project makes dreams come true for local workers

    The construction of the China-Laos railway has offered more than 5,000 jobs to local people and changed the lives of local villagers whose dreams have now come true.


  • Lao official speaks highly of China-Laos railway construction progress

    A Lao government official has made a field inspection of the China-Laos railway construction and expressed appreciation for the progress, the construction company told Xinhua on Friday.


  • Chinese firm for China-Laos railway delivers free medical service to Lao villagers

    PowerChina Sinohydro Bureau 3 Co., LTD, a Chinese engineering company that is building the fourth section of the China-Laos railway in northern Laos' Luang Prabang province, has offered charity clinics to the local villagers in mid-January.


  • First four-track railway bridge for China-Laos railway finishes closure work

    The first four-track railway bridge in the Chinese sections of the China-Laos railway project lately has finished closure work, according to China Railway Kunming Group Co. Ltd.


  • Sections of Guanping Bridge joined, pushing forward China-Laos railway construction

    Guanping bridge has recently seen its sections join together, which has further pushed forward the construction of the China-Laos railway.


  • Fence built along China-Laos railway to protect wild elephants

    Builders are establishing a fence along a newly completed section of a railway to connect China with Laos in efforts to protect wild elephants.


  • China, Laos ink MoU over railway vocational technical college feasibility study

    The signing ceremony of an MoU on feasibility study on the Chinese government's assistance to the Lao railway vocational technical college project was held in Lao capital Vientiane on Tuesday.


  • Sino-Lao railway project drives full steam ahead

    Construction of the China-Laos railway is gathering steam, as a main bridge over the Mekong River has been completed, said executives of construction giant China Railway Engineering Corp.


  • Milestone reached on Sino-Lao railway

    Builders began to lay the first steel truss complex on Friday on Yuanjiang Railway Bridge-which has the tallest bridge pier in the world and the longest span between two piers-on the Chinese section of the 925.5-kilometer China-Laos railway.


  • China-Laos railway Yuanjiang major bridge starts craning up steel girders

    The Yuanjiang major bridge across the Yuanjiang River along the China-Laos railway project in Yuxi, southwest China’s Yunnan province craned up steel girders on June 22.


  • Chinese engineering firm completes main construction work of Laos' longest bridge

    China Railway No. 2 Engineering Group (CREC-2) has completed the main construction work of the longest bridge along the China-Laos railway which is also the longest-ever bridge in Laos.


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