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PAPER NO. 5 / 2012

Mekong Institute

Research Working Paper Series 2012

Factors Affecting Export and Import Trade between Lao PDR and Principle Trade Partners

Thanouxay VOLAVONG
December, 2012

Thanouxay VOLAVONG is a Master’s Degree student of Development and Planning
Economics at the National University of Laos (Lao PDR). Currently he works as a teacher at the Department of Economics, Faculty of Economics and Business Management, University of Laos. He has started working since October 2005, teaching Basic Economics,
Microeconomics, and Macroeconomics for sophomore students.

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Ambassador Scholarship (MINZAS) program. The project and the papers published under this series are part of a capacity-building program to enhance the research skills of young researchers in the GMS countries.
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