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Upgraded border checkpoint between Laos and Vietnam

August 27, 2009 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , ,

The upgraded border checkpoint in the South of Laos’ Attapeu province and Vietnam ‘s Kon Tum province is expected to boost economic growth.

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The Lao Phu Keua checkpoint is being constructed with a grant worth US$ 1.6 million from the Vietnamese government.

The checkpoint is scheduled to be fully operational within one year.The Phu Keua checkpoint is located in the far east of of Attapeu province in the Phouvong district, which is 113 km from the provincial capital. The newly upgraded Phu Keua checkpoint will link with the Vietnamese Bo Y checkpoint. Before only locals were able to cross the border by using this checkpoint.It is believed, that the new International checkpoint will contribute to economic grow in the region.

The checkpoint will link the four southern most provinces of Laos (Saravan, Xekong, Attapeu and Champassak) with Vietnam and thus facilitate the transportation of good between the two countries. Last the Phu Keua checkpoint serves as part of the east-west economic corridor not only Laos, but also Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam.

 

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