Vietnam’s Recent Economic Performance and its Impact on Trade and Investment Prospects

  • Tran Van Hoa

Abstract

The contemporary economic history of Vietnam and especially its relative economic success in recent years have amazed a number of economists, political scientists, and historians alike, in the Western or market-oriented countries, in the former USSR states, and in the mixed economies such as Japan, Singapore, and South Korea.

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