Vietnam: An economic survey
This paper reviews the two decades of economic development in Vietnam since Doi Moi, with the recurrent theme that integration with the world economy brings substantial benefits when accompanied by domestic reforms-when transition catches up with integration. In the 1990s, liberalisation of the agricultural sector-and of trade generally-led to rapid economic growth and reductions in poverty. Since 2001, addressing the extreme bias against the private sector has resulted in growth via...[Show more]
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