Original disclosure @ EIB website
Updated in EWS Apr 25, 2021
Disclosed by Bank Dec 1, 2020
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According to the bank document, the project "(NR13) South from KM 71 to KM 346 is the first allocation under the LAO RESILIENT ROADS FRAMEWORK LOAN (2019-324). The works are split into four sections, each financed by the EIB / World Bank and Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB).
The proposed project is expected to finance road rehabilitation works of the National Road 13 (NR13) with the south section from Vientiane Capital to the Cambodian border. Through the upgrade, rehabilitation and maintenance, the project will improve road infrastructure and enhance connectivity in the Greater Mekong Sub-region and neighbouring ASEAN countries."
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