Economic Zones Overview and Updates

Vientiane Industrial And Trade Area (VITA).

Vientiane Capital Industrial and Trade Area (Under Ministry of Industry and Commerce). Located 22km from the city of Vientiane Capital, with 100 hectares of the area and the investment of  $43,000,000 from the government and a company from Taipei. The targetted investment projects are Industries like Textile, Electronic Parts, Retail Store, Trade Center, Training Center, School and Hospital. VITA Park...

Champasak Special Economic Zone (CSEZ).

Champasak SEZ was established in 2015. The zone covered 1,1152 hectares. Champasak province is the economic center of the southern region, fueled by expansion of the agricultural and service sectors. It consists of 4 sites, including: 1). Wangtao-Phonthong Economic Development Zone (developed by Lao private company). 2). Mahanathi Sithandone SEZ (developed by Chinese private company). 3). Pakse-Japan...

Thakheak Special Economic Zone (TSZ).

Thakheak Special Economic Zone (TSZ) was established in 2012 by the Lao government. “Thakheak” means “Visitor’s Landing”, was a hub for commercial routes of traders from Laos, Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia. The zone covered 1,035 hectares under a 75-year land lease agreement. Potential investment activities of the zone are cross border trade, logistic, Tourism and light manufacture....

Dongphosy Special Economic Zone (DEZ).

Dongphosy Special Economic Zone (DEZ) was established in 2009 by a Malaysian developer namely Universal Pacific Company Limited. The zone covered 54 hectares under a 50-year land lease agreement. The zone shall be developed into trade and logistic Centre. Potential investment activities of the zone are logistics, warehousing, trading hub and other entertainment businesses....

Longthanh-Vientiane Special Economic Zone (LVSEZ).

Long Thanh-Vientiane Special Economic Zone (LVSEZ) was established in 2008 by a Vietnamese developer namely Vientiane Long Thanh Golf and Real Estate Co., Ltd. The zone covered 560 hectares under a 99-year land lease agreement. With the great access to city Centre, the zone shall be developed into new real estate village comprises with comprehensive facilities and services. It also hosts one of the best...

Thatluang Lake Special Economic Zone (TLSEZ).

Thatluang Lake special economic zone (TLSEZ) was established in 2011 and is located in Centre of the Vientiane capital. The zone was developed by a private company from China namely Shanghai Wanfeng Real Estate Co.,Ltd. The zone shall be developed into modern city surrounded by green environment and is a combination between modern civilization and Laos historical culture. The zone covered over 365 hectares...

Saysettha Development Special Economic Zone (SDZ).

Saysettha Development Zone (SDZ) was established in 2010 is national-level cooperation project jointly established by the government of P.R China and Lao PDR. The zone is developed by Lao-China Joint Venture Investment Co., Ltd. The zone covered 1000 hectares under a 70-year land lease agreement. SDZ shall be developed into integrated industrial area, new town as well as infrastructure, custom check point...

Luang Prabang Special Economic Zone (LSEZ).

Luangprabang Special Economic Zone (LSEZ) was established in 2015 by Lao private company namely Phousy Group Sole Co., Ltd. The zone covered 4,850 hectares under a 99-year land lease agreement. LSEZ shall be developed into tourism and new urban Centre, while preserving traditional cultural, architecture and environment. Potential investment activities of the zone are tourism, real estate,...

Golden Triangle Special Economic Zone (GTSEZ).

Golden Triangle Special Economic Zone (GTSEZ) was established in 2007 by Chinese private company and the Lao government. The zone covered 3000 hectares under a 99-year land lease agreement. GTSEZ shall be developed into new urban center and tourism, while protecting national culture, environment and enhancing trading activities along the border of Laos with Thailand, Myanmar and China. Potential investment...

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