Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia have signed an energy cooperation agreement to facilitate the construction of two World Bank-financed power transmission lines from Vietnam and Laos to Cambodia.
In the agreement signed Wednesday in Phnom Penh, work on the two electricity transmission lines will start later this year and be completed in 2010.
One line will stretch from Tay Ninh Province in Vietnam’s south to Cambodia’s Kampong Cham Province and the other from Champasak Province in Laos to Stung Treng Province in Cambodia.
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