BANGKOK -- After opening its borders to China's dam builders and railway engineers, Laos is looking for Chinese companies to invest in the special economic zones (SEZs) mushrooming up all over the country. But observers question these projects, and worry about the small communist nation's mounting debt.
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China digs Laos in deeper with flurry of SEZs
With Vientiane's hunger for investment, debt-trap fears mount