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H.E. Ms. Deena Joy Amatong, Ambassador of the Republic of the Philippines in Laos visited PJSEZ on 27th September 2022

On September 27th 2022, H.E. Ms. Deena Joy Amatong, Ambassador of the Republic of the Philippines in Laos and teamwork including teamwork from Champasak Provincial Special Economic Zone Authority (CSEZ) have come to visited the Pakse-Japan Special Economic Zone (PJSEZ). She was briefed by Mr. Mochizuki, the Co-Managing of Pakse-Japan SME SEZ Development Co., Ltd., dispatched from Nishimatsu Construction Co., Ltd. in Japan who operates...

H.E.Ms. Pany Yathortou, vice President of Lao P.D.R visited PJSEZ on 23rd September 2022

On September 23rd 2022, Lao’s vice President Pany visited the Pakse-Japan Special Economic Zone (PJSEZ). The vice President visited PJSEZ with the deputy Minister of Industry and Commerce, Deputy Minister of Finance, Vice governor of Bank of Laos, Governor of Champasak province and other high officials from central government and Champasak Province. She was briefed about the current situation by Mr. Mochizuki, the Co-Managing Director...

Diet members in Japan visited PJSEZ on 10th September 2022

The Diet members in Japan (Mr. Kohmura Masahiro, Mr. Kushida Seiichi, Mr. Wada Yuichiro and Ms. Shiomura Ayaka) have visited PJSEZ on 10th September 2022. They have come to Laos as the World Food Program (WFP) Japanese government delegation, and donated 32 cargo containers of canned fish (402 metric tons) to the Ministry of Education and Sports in Laos as “school meals” in order to...

Tsuge Lao Factory Grand Opening Ceremony on 23rd August 2022

On 23rd August 2022, Tsuge Lao Co., Ltd. has arranged a ceremony for opening its factory for producing the tobacco and smoking goods in Pakse-Japan SME SEZ (PJSEZ), which were participated by Mr. Som Bouttakoun, vice Governor of Champasak Province, H.E. Kobayashi Kenichi, Japan Ambassador in the Lao PDR, Mr. Tsuge Chairman of the parent company Tsuge Pipe Co., Ltd., Mr. Mitsui, President of Tsuge...

A Public-Private Joint Dialogue was held between the Pakse branch of JCCIL and Champasak Province.

January 19, 2022 The first Public-Private Joint Dialogue was held between the Pakse branch of the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Laos (JCCIL) and Champasak Province. The agenda was “Trade / Logistics” and “One-stop service”, and the dialogue proceeded with questions and requests from Japanese companies and answers from the department in charge of Champasak Province. Some solutions have been seen through the...

Visited by Ambassador Mr. Kobayashi, Embassy of Japan in the Laos PDR

January 19, 2022 Ambassador Mr. Kobayashi of Embassy of Japan in Lao PDR visited Pakse Japan SME SEZ on 19th January 2022. He visited factories of ALL JAPAN BUDOGU LAO, TSUGE LAO and SANKO LAO, and received explanations on the status of manufacturing processes, production, etc. from each company.

The Pakse branch of the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Laos submitted a request for VISA application and import / export procedure to the Governor of Champasak Province

December 14, 2020 The Pakse Branch of Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry to Laos, in the presence of Ambassador Mr. Takewaka of the Embassy of Japan in Laos, submitted a request to the Governor of Champasak Province to clarify the VISA application procedures for foreigners and improve of imports and exports procedure.. The activities of the Pakse branch are expected to lead to improve...

Mass vaccination has been arranged at Pakse-Japan SME Special Economic Zone

The total number of workers infected with corona vaccine is 49 (as of March 26, 2021), and Laos has been successfully controlled compared to neighbor countries. A mass Vaccination of COVID-19 was carried out by the Health Department of Champasak Province for employees working in the Pakse-Japan SME Special Economic Zone on 24th March 2021. We will continue to strive to operate a safe and...

Prime Minister Thongloun visited Pakse-Japan SME Special Economic Zone

On Saturday, October 24, 2020, His Excellency Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoullaos visited the “Pakse-Japan SME Special Economic Zone”. There are 14 Japanese companies operating in the Pakse- Japan SME SEZ (PJSEZ), about 900 Laotian and 17 foreign engineers, and each company mainly manufactures and exports industrial products and sewn products at PJSEZ. In the period of COVID-19 outbreak from February this year, each Japanese company...

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