^^ it says there will be dam in champasack, i think cambodia should buy that electricity
more: http://www.shanghaidaily.com/article/article_xinhua.asp?id=82945SIEM REAP, Cambodia, July 13 (Xinhua) -- The ASEAN-U.S. Business Forum that is to kick off Friday evening here attracted the largest ever number of American business executives to seek business opportunities in thes Southeast Asian countries.
The ASEAN-U.S. Business Forum will bring together hundreds of cabinet ministers and senior policymakers from the U.S. and ASEAN governments, as well as business leaders from the U.S. and ASEAN, to address the opportunities and challenges that will define the direction of future U.S.-ASEAN economic cooperation, said a joint press release from the organizers, the U.S.-ASEAN Business Council and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
The U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen, Myanmar President Thein Sein, and Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra will attend the forum, said the press release.
http://www.telecompaper.com/news/thailand-laos-agree-on-mobile-signals-along-border--919759Negotiations between Thailand and Laos on mobile signals along the border have recently concluded. The two countries agreed that mobile operator signals will not reach further than one kilometre inside populated border areas and no more than two kilometres in other areas, the Bangkok Post reports citing the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC). With the move, the countries hope to prevent that users in one country are automatically switched to an operator in the other country with a stronger signal and being charged roaming fees. Thailand has a similar agreement with Malaysia to limit the signal coverage along their border.
Read moreWhen you're looking for the online voice of the Lao American community, you don't often see many of us regularly writing, considering there are over 200,000 Lao in the United States.
One exception to that is the blog Little Laos on the Prairie, whose entries often appear here on the Twin Cities Daily Planet. Established by Lao Minnesotans Chanida Phaengdara Potter and Danny Khotsombath, they've been steadily breaking new ground, particularly focusing on the Lao Minnesotan community to help readers see how a vibrant regional voice can emerge. I think that's important because Lao culture flourishes with the diversity of our voices.