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Development Strategy of Five Selected Sectors in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (2020-2025)

Development Strategy of Five Selected Sectors in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (2020-2025)
Date:
29 August 2019
Category:
Lao PDR, Connectivity
Tags:
Lao PDR

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‘Development Strategy of Five Selected Sectors in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (2020–2025)’ follows up the research of the report Lao PDR at the Crossroads: Industrial Development Strategies 20162030, which was published and submitted to the Ministry of Industry and Commerce in June 2016. With as its aim to help Lao PDR move to the next stage of economic development, this report provides not only detailed assessments of the advantages and bottlenecks but also specific policy recommendations in the five selected sectors – (i) agriculture and food processing, (ii) garments, (iii) wood processing, (iv) handicraft and artisan crafts, and (v) information technology in the heavy use of cheap electricity.

Full Report 

RPR-2018-07

Contents 

Title Page

Acknowledgements

Contents

List of Project Members

List of Figures and Tables

Chapter 1. Agriculture and Food Processing

Chapter 2. Garments

Chapter 3. Wood Processing

Chapter 4. Handicraft and Artisan Crafts

Chapter 5. Information Technology in the Heavy Use of Cheap Electricity

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