Tag Archives: Laos

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Laos Market Entry

Subchapters: Market entry Forms and conditions of operation on the market Marketing and Communications Issues of intellectual property protection Public procurement market Payment terms, payment ethics and resolution of commercial disputes Visas, fees, specific conditions of travel to the territory Employment of citizens from the Czech Republic Fairs and events Market entry With regard to… Read More »

Laos Politics in the 1960’s

At the beginning of 1961, while the armed clashes continued, the Cambodian head of state N. Sihanouk proposed to convene an international conference of 14 powers to solve the Lao problem, characterized by the existence of two opposing governments recognized and supported by the opposing blocs, and made more complex by neutral support for a… Read More »

Sights of Laos

Even in ancient times, the country was called the “Kingdom of a Million Elephants.” Almost until the end of the 20th century, it was very difficult to get into the country, after that, Laos began to be considered the most unusual state in the entire territory of Southeast Asia. A large number of temples, a… Read More »

Laos Society

Located in the heart of the Indonesian peninsula, it lacks access to the sea. The main crop is rice. There are also crops of coffee, medicinal oils, cotton, spices, tobacco, and corn. Likewise, the country produces opium in the northwest, in the area belonging to the so-called “Golden Triangle.” Geographic location It limits to the East with Vietnam, to the North with China, to the West with Thailand and Burma and… Read More »

Laos Population, Politics and Economy

Population in Laos An infinite number of ethnic groups (officially 49) live side by side in Laos and are therefore responsible for the country’s cultural wealth. According to directoryaah, the population can be roughly divided into three main ethnic groups, which also describe the geographical settlement areas. Three main ethnic groups: Lao Loum (majority people… Read More »