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Savanhnakhet

Executive Summary, Savannakhet Province

Home to Father Kadouat, Ong Keo, and Ong Khommadam - Lao nationalist leaders - Savannakhet’s bravery is well known among Laotians. It is the largest province of Laos with the total land area of 21,774 km2. Located in the central part of the country, Savannakhet borders Khammouane Province to the north, Quảng Trị and Thừa Thiên–Huế provinces of Vietnam to the east, Salavan Province to the south, and Nakhon Phanom and Mukdahan provinces of Thailand to the west. According to the 2014 census, Savannakhet population is 974,000 (female: 491,000), which makes it the most populated province in the country. About 63% of the population is of working age (16-60 years old). A large portion of the population has a relatively low level of education and are engaged mainly in subsistence agricultural activities. The province is rich in mineral resources such as gold, copper, and gypsum. Sepon gold-copper mine, the largest mine in Laos, is located in Vilabouly District of Savannakhet Province. Other mining companies operating in the province include: Lao State Gypsum Mining Co., Ltd., Savan Sypsum Mining Co., and Wanrong Cement III.

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Vientiane province

Executive Summary, Vientiane Province

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Vientiane Province should not be confused with Vientiane Municipality, which is the capital of Laos. These two jurisdictions used to be part of one another until 1989 when they were split.

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Salavanh

Executive Summary, Salavan Province

Salavan is a southern province of Laos. Covering an area of 16,389 km2 (6,328 sq. mil.), it borders Savannakhet Province to the north, Vietnam to the east, Xekong Province to the southeast, Champasak Province to the south and Thailand to the west. It has a total population of approximately 397,000 people and is divided into 8 districts and 588 villages.

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Bolikhamxay

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Xekhong

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Last update: 10 November 2016.