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LAO

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Laos. The code is used for transactions to and from Laotian bank accounts and for international shipping to Laos. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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The reason Samrin is meeting more political dignitaries in Vietnam than in Laos, he said, is that the Vietnamese dignitaries have more experience cooperating in trade and other fields with Cambodia than Laos does.
Laos will compete in three sepak takraw events and face opponents from Myanmar, China, Japan and host Indonesia.
They noted the importance of encouraging investment and establishing direct contacts between the business circles of Azerbaijan and Laos.
Part two includes four chapters and addresses habitus groups, inequality, and the emergence of classes within Laos. Qualitative interviews were used to break down habitus groups into clusters of categories using different traits and characteristics in chapter seven.
China and ASEAN countries agreed on a framework of the Code of Conduct (COC) in the South China Sea before schedule, and it indicates China and ASEAN countries are confident, capable and wise enough to manage divergences and maintain regional peace and stability, Wang told Lao Foreign Minister Saleumxay Kommasith.
Disillusioned by what had happened, Lair finally left Laos. He did not become a whistleblower, nor unlike some other CIA veterans did he ever attempt to profit from his experiences in Southeast Asia.
There is no current records exchange mechanism in place with the United States; Laos' AML systems are nascent, though the government is exploring international cooperation mechanisms.
No sooner had Laos achieved its independence from France in 1954 than its internal affairs were plagued by the unabashed meddling of its neighbors, as well as powers further afield.
Laos, which is developing a series of hydro power plants along one of the world's longest rivers, the Mekong, aims to become "the battery of Asia" by selling power to its neighbors.
Granier also stresses that there are certain memorable Laos activities that can only be experienced during the wet season.
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Though still under one-party communist rule, Laos' economy is now essentially a free market system building upon the 1986 introduction of economic reforms.