Economic Transition in Vietnam: Trade and Aid in the Demise of a Centrally Planned Economy

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Edward Elgar Publishing, 2000 - Business & Economics - 165 pages
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"The authors show how development of non-plan trading relations was based on supplies of scarce, aid-subsidised goods which provided the means for local authorities, enterprises and individuals to convert their positions of political and social power
 

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Contents

Development of a Market Economy
3
2 Reform of the Foreign Trade System
20
3 Introduction
69
4 Commercial Links with the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe
72
5 Goods Sent by Overseas Vietnamese to their Relatives
97
6 The Intershop System
102
7 VOSCO Goods
108
8 Crossborder Trade between Vietnam and Laos
116
9 Trade Across the Cambodian Border
123
10 Crossborder Trade with China
130
11 Sales of Goods and Services to Foreigners
140
12 International Payments
142
13 Past Present and Future
149
References
156
Index
161
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