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Laos remains a relatively new investment partner for many developed countries, but worldwide FDI stock in Lao has increased more than tenfold since 2000.
Laos only recently reached “emerging” status in 2010. The country is expected to double its GDP by 2018 and grow by nearly 10% a year for the next half decade. Their GDP per capita is also soon expected to surpass India. As the pace of change increases, so does the number of opportunities and PwC will help you navigate and thrive in this quickly evolving and growing market.
PwC Laos works in conjunction with the Cambodian, Malaysian, Thai and Vietnamese firms. We make sure our Japanese specialists (located in Vientiane) not only offer country-specific knowledge, but also provide a range of industry specific solutions to service Japanese business requirements.
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