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MRC backs Lao dam development plan PDF ພິມ ອີເມລ
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ມື້ເສົາທີ່ 19 ມັງກອນ 2013 ເວລາ 09: 00

(Vientiane Times)

Luang Prabang: The Mekong River Commission (MRC) will continue to support Laos' bid to develop hydropower on the Mekong mainstream as long as the projects are sustainable, according to a top MRC official.

“MRC is a framework and it supports sustainable development. In that context, if hydropower on the mainstream fits unto that framework, then obviously the member countries are in support of it,” said MRC CEO Hans Guttman.

The chief of the intergovernmental organisation that comprises Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam made the comment on Wednesday at the 19th Mee ting of the MRC Council in Luang Prabang. A series of MRC meetings, which began on January 14, ended yesterday after member countries and donor organisations reviewed last year's accomplishments and approved a work plan for 2013. Laos is committed to build sustainable hydropower plants to generate revenue for poverty reduction and ensure sustainable growth of the national economy. Within its territory the country has the potential to build more than 100 dams with a total capacity of 30,000MW in the Mekong mainstream.

EU helps MRC to tackle climate change in the Mekong PDF ພິມ ອີເມລ
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ມື້ພະຫັດທີ່ 17 ມັງກອນ 2013 ເວລາ 15: 52

(Vientiane Times) Luang Prabang: The European Union (EU) yesterday committed 4.95 million euros (over US$6 million) to the Mekong River Commission (MRC) to boost its efforts to respond to the region's climate change challenges.

Representatives of the EU and the MRC signed the funding agreement in Luang Prabang yesterday on the sidelines of the 19th Mekong River Commission Council meeting.

Top MRC policy makers meet in Luang Prabang PDF ພິມ ອີເມລ
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ມື້ພະຫັດທີ່ 17 ມັງກອນ 2013 ເວລາ 15: 51

(VientianeTimes) Luang Prabang : Minister of the Natural Resources and Environment, Mr Noulinh Sinbandhit, has assumed the chair of the Mekong River Commission (MRC) Council.

Mr Noulinh, who is Chairperson of the Lao National Mekong Committee, took over the post yesterday at the opening of the 19th meeting of the MRC Council, which continues today in the World Heritage Town of Luang Prabang.

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