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    Going to supermarkets or grocery stores lately?  And if you happen
to see products made in laos please kindly share with us and.... don't
forget to bring some home.



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There are whole bunch of products made in Thailand
here in Walmart.  There are some laos alphabets in
the packages.



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Last 2 years my wife bought me a shirt from May Co. it's Made in Laos and the cost was $24.99 , I will only wear this shirt to an important occasion and i really love to show my friends that i'm wearing product from my Motherland.
After my 3rd time of wearing, my wife donated to a charity and she never found a shirt from Laos in any store.
I know that there are a lot of food factories in Laos and i always tell my wife to buy anything that made in Laos on the shell but she never found one. I am honestly telling you guys that i am tire to eat noodle ( ເຝີ, ເຂົ້າປຸ້ນ ) from Vietnam.


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Last 2 years my wife bought me a shirt from May Co. it's Made in Laos and the cost was $24.99 , I will only wear this shirt to an important occasion and i really love to show my friends that i'm wearing product from my Motherland.
After my 3rd time of wearing, my wife donated to a charity and she never found a shirt from Laos in any store.
I know that there are a lot of food factories in Laos and i always tell my wife to buy anything that made in Laos on the shell but she never found one. I am honestly telling you guys that i am tire to eat noodle ( ເຝີ, ເຂົ້າປຸ້ນ ) from Vietnam.



yeah it's true that it's hard to find the products made in Laos as you look at Laos today, most of the products maid in Thailand or China or Vietnam only. Even a can of Pa Daek also made in Thailand!

Even more, Lao products could not go so far to the US as I think it wont approved by US local municipality about the quality of the products and the factory in Lao must to spend a lot of money for the lab test by the world's food standard.

I think if you are not so sensitive about Thailand, you can easy find Thai Esan food products over there.

Why? Your wife is Vietnamese or what? Why she's only cook Pho' for you every day? Oh my goddd...poor guy. You should send your wife to cooking school to learn how to cook Lao food or other Asian dishes

 



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  Todate..inorder for Laos to send their products out of the
country such as America, Canada, England etc... Laos has
to be a member of the WTO.  Its goods has to go through
vigorous testing before getting excepted by the world com-
munity.  It's probably why you don't see to many Laos
products in the supermarket or grocery store near you.

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  Some how I don't buy the argument of "Being member of WTO"
inorder to ship the products of out the country.  Want to know how
to do it........ just ask Beer Laos, they Did It!!!!!!! and successful too
I may add.

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  There are not too many manufacturing plants at all in laos.
Laos is still in an agricultural stage economy.  And because
of that the government of laos is having a hard time cellecting
taxes from its citizens.  The govenment was able to built the
roads, bridges and government building here and there by
borrowing the money from its neigbours, the lease of land
the sale of the golds, copper and tin to the foreigners.  Next
time when you walk by your ancestry cemetary make sure to
give them thanks. 
  THe roads, the bridges that you see out
there are not coming from today government know-how or 
their engineering capability but rather the selling, the leasing
of the mines and the land that the laos ancestor had fought
and die for, and that's not all ...they have also make the 
future laotian pay for it too.
 Those land and mines are belonging to laos of yesterday,
today and tomorrow.     

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I remember seeing the bamboo woven balls at Pier One Imports many years ago. I can't recall seeing anything else made in Laos.

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I'm also made in Laos but I'm not for sale.

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Anonymous wrote:

I'm also made in Laos but I'm not for sale.




     That's very goog....at list we got that stright and keep it that way.
However; somethings belong to your grand dad, your dad and your sons
and daughters are being sold right now..... without you knowing about it.



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    A person makes $4000 per month and spend $4001 in the
same period of time he/she by definition is a poor person.  On
another hand... if a person is making $8 per hour and spend $6
per hour in the same token he/she is a rich person.
    Laos as a country spend alot...lot more money than its makes
and no doubt by any definitions... Laos is a very very poor country.
So!! let's forget about competing with the neigbouring country and
instead laos should be thinking about curtailing its spending habit.

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Anonymous wrote:

    A person makes $4000 per month and spend $4001 in the
same period of time he/she by definition is a poor person.  On
another hand... if a person is making $8 per hour and spend $6
per hour in the same token he/she is a rich person.
    Laos as a country spend alot...lot more money than its makes
and no doubt by any definitions... Laos is a very very poor country.
So!! let's forget about competing with the neigbouring country and
instead laos should be thinking about curtailing its spending habit.



must learn how to crawl before walk he  he...he..he..he....

 



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Wante to see more products from laos at the Walmart store
near your home town?  write, email or ask the store managers
they might be able to make a different for you and your friends.

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Anonymous wrote:

Todate..inorder for Laos to send their products out of the
country such as America, Canada, England etc... Laos has
to be a member of the WTO.  Its goods has to go through
vigorous testing before getting excepted by the world com-
munity.  It's probably why you don't see to many Laos
products in the supermarket or grocery store near you.



Even if Laos is not a member of WTO yet, it is not such a bad idea for Lao to create their own products like fish sauce in a bottle, anchovy sauce in a bottle, caned coconut milk and some many other products that the local Lao have been heavily relied on the imports from other countries for their staple consumptions, so that way Laos is no longer rely only on import products, but rather more on Lao made product and at the same time we're in away boosting our economy as well. 


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typutthana

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  The government is not the answer, we can not wait for
the government to do it for us and i think it's about time
that the LaoNork or LaoNai should take it upon ourself.
Small business ownership that's what we need in laos
and I know that we can make it happen.  Where ever the
small business are poping up the jobs will soon followed.
Let put Laotians to work, let's not wait for the government,
the Chinese and veitnamese to do it for us let's us do it
ourself.



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typutthana wrote:

 

Going to supermarkets or grocery stores lately?  And if you happen
to see products made in laos please kindly share with us and.... don't
forget to bring some home.

 




My place? never seen and some product made in thailand yes,  I saw  wood " it probably import from Laos, but it hasn't written made in Laosdisbelief, dont talk about product made in LAOS.  where are Lao ppls??



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LoL@ u. hahaha. i'm made from LAOS too hahaha.  no imported from nowhere. all 100% made from LAOS  good quality and water prove too hahahah. biggrin

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I'm made and established in Laos since 1969. Well it's kinda hard to find any products that  made in Laos. In my town which has more laotian and lao communities, and more lao's stores. i still can't find any products that made from Laos not even beer lao. can u imagine that.

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Most of the products that made in Laos are here either by peoples who visit Laos and brought them over, but nothing in store, mall, or grocery.

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Last 2 years my wife bought me a shirt from May Co. it's Made in Laos and the cost was $24.99 , I will only wear this shirt to an important occasion and i really love to show my friends that i'm wearing product from my Motherland.
After my 3rd time of wearing, my wife donated to a charity and she never found a shirt from Laos in any store.
I know that there are a lot of food factories in Laos and i always tell my wife to buy anything that made in Laos on the shell but she never found one. I am honestly telling you guys that i am tire to eat noodle ( ເຝີ, ເຂົ້າປຸ້ນ ) from Vietnam.




 Sorry about your favorite shirt, from time to time I saw shirt by Diesel (made in Laos) sell at Nordstrom...There you go.

 I didn't buy it though. its too big and its for guy.

Nangdarling,



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Most of the products that made in Laos are here either by peoples who visit Laos and brought them over, but nothing in store, mall, or grocery.



I can easily get beer lao here in the states what are you talking about. I can even get it from Chinese market.  I buy them all the times i don't drink it I give to my Caucasin friend they love it.

Nagdarling,

 



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Beer Lao actually produced by Carlsberg....Carlsberg holds 49% of the BeerLao Company, the rest goes to Lao Government...

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Anonymous wrote:

Last 2 years my wife bought me a shirt from May Co. it's Made in Laos and the cost was $24.99 , I will only wear this shirt to an important occasion and i really love to show my friends that i'm wearing product from my Motherland.
After my 3rd time of wearing, my wife donated to a charity and she never found a shirt from Laos in any store.
I know that there are a lot of food factories in Laos and i always tell my wife to buy anything that made in Laos on the shell but she never found one. I am honestly telling you guys that i am tire to eat noodle ( ເຝີ, ເຂົ້າປຸ້ນ ) from Vietnam.



         to buy anything that are made in Laos on the shelf, not on the shell.

 



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Wooden Red furniture from Laos, the price is nearly 20 000 USD in the Chinese Market..

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Anonymous wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

Last 2 years my wife bought me a shirt from May Co. it's Made in Laos and the cost was $24.99 , I will only wear this shirt to an important occasion and i really love to show my friends that i'm wearing product from my Motherland.
After my 3rd time of wearing, my wife donated to a charity and she never found a shirt from Laos in any store.
I know that there are a lot of food factories in Laos and i always tell my wife to buy anything that made in Laos on the shell but she never found one. I am honestly telling you guys that i am tire to eat noodle ( ເຝີ, ເຂົ້າປຸ້ນ ) from Vietnam.



         to buy anything that are made in Laos on the shelf, not on the shell.

 



I saw afew stuff made from Laos. First I seen was beer-lao, T-shirt and Hardwooden Furnitures. Those are very expensive stuffs, for the Hard wooden dinning table and chairs. Only the country that have great logs is (LAOS). I tried to buy them one set almost 10k of dollars.

 



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WHAT IS THE BEST PRODUCT FROM THAILAND............REKOOH

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