(September 13, 1999) The Vietnamese government has decided to revise down the country’s power output target of this year because of slackening consumption.
(August 27, 1999) International donors have pledged to disburse US$31.5 million for a Mekong basin development project and a programme on water exploitation by Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam, according to General Secretary of Vietnam’s Mekong River Committee Nguyen Hong Toan.
(August 16, 1999) Minister urges Thai empathy, friendship.
(August 12, 1999) Atomic Energy of Canada (AECL) has completed a five-year joint project with the Thai government to help Thailand upgrade expertise and evaluate the feasibility of a nuclear energy program.
(June 29, 1999) Letter to the Editor in response to the June 18 letter from Terry Thompson of Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL).
(June 18, 1999) Letter to Editor from Terry Thompson of Atomic Energy of Canada Limited on Canada’s Candu nuclear reactor technology.
(June 17, 1999) As Minister for International Cooperation, I am pleased to respond to your letter of February 24, 1999, to the Honourable Lloyd Axworthy, Minister of Foreign Affairs, concerning the Human Resources Development Policy and Institutional Linkages project in Thailand, and in particular the Thai-Canadian Nuclear Human Resources Development Linkage sub-project.
(June 9, 1999) Letter to the Editor.
(May 19, 1999) Lecturer defends Cida-funded nuclear energy study in schools.
(May 17, 1999) Canada’s federal minister responsible for the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) said she knows nothing about the agency’s role in promoting CANDU nuclear reactors in Thailand.
(May 16, 1999) CIDA program targets Thai teens in Candu drive.
(May 12, 1999) DESPITE there being cheaper and less polluting alternatives, two massive coal-fired plants are being built in Prachuap Khiri Khan [Thailand], writes Grainne Ryder.
(May 4, 1999) The four-country Mekong River Commission (MRC) inaugurated its new headquarters on a bank of the Mekong river on Tuesday in the southern outskirts of the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh.
(April 29, 1999) The World Bank inaugurated an office in impoverished Laos this week, saying it would help strengthen its efforts to ease the country’s economic troubles.
(April 24, 1999) The Asian Development Bank is poised to stop funding controversial dam construction in Laos amid fears of poor viability and rampant illegal logging of some of the region’s last rainforests.