‘I feel hopeless’: Living in Laos on the brink

A sparsely populated, landlocked country of 7.5 million people, Laos is one of the region’s poorest and least developed nations. In a bid to transform the largely agrarian society, the past decade has seen the government take on major infrastructure projects, mostly financed by historic ally and neighbour China – itself on a lending spree since 2013 as part of its global infrastructure investment programme, the Belt and Road initiative (BRI).

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