Investment Promotion Department
To boost competitiveness and emerge as a key economy in Southeast Asia and transforming itself into one of the most dynamic countries in the region
LAW & REGULATIONS
By continuing to the results of the 15th Lao-Japan Public-Private Dialogue in December 2021. On encouraging more and more Japanese investment in Laos. The process of investment in Laos will be more streamlined through a one-stop service system for investors under a...
Vientiane, 9th March 2022, Investment Promotion Department, Ministry of Planning and Investment as the Public-Private Partnership Office in cooperation with Poverty-Environment Action for Sustainable Development Goals (PEA) and United Nations Development Programme...
The government is hopeful of taking urgent action to enable the rollout of more investment projects, to help the country’s financial and economic difficulties in the years ahead. The comment was made by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Planning and Investment,...
In the morning of August 11, 2020 Crowne Plaza Vientiane has launched the Responsible Agriculture Investment: (RAI) by Co-chair between Mr. Outakeo KEODUANGSINH, Director General of Investment Promotion Department, Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) and Mr....
The Investment Reform Map (IRM) is an important mechanism for the development of investment policies to attract foreign direct investment (FDI) and can assist countries that want to develop and attract investment. Speaking last week at the opening ceremony of a...
INVEST IN LAOS
Investment services in concession activities by planning and investment sector
High and modern technology Business
Agro and Forestry Processing Industry
Tourism Development Industry
Modern Commercial, Trading Centers
Ease of Doing Business
Doing Business has shown the business climate through gathering and analyzing comprehensive quantitative data
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR)
Lao PDR is striving to graduate from the status of Least Development Country by 2024 and meeting the global 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. This requires commitment from all sectors, especially the private sector. For this, the role of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is gaining more critical attention to promote sustainable and responsible private investment in the country.