by Carolyn S. Tager
Journal section: Theme Articles
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The Lao People's Democratic Republic (PDR) faces an energy dilemma unusual in the developing world. While the residential and small commercial sectors of most developing countries are still struggling to move up the energy ladder from 'traditional' fuels such as wood and charcoal, to 'modern' fuels such as LPG and electricity, the Lao PDR has made an energy transition that is little short of astounding...
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