Vietnam: A Business Guide

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Norwell, Mass., USA, 1994 - Business & Economics - 207 pages
Written by a business analyst with considerable experience of Vietnam, this book provides a detailed business guide to one of the world's most promising emerging markets. Foreign investment in, and trade flows with, Vietnam have boomed since Hanoi initiated economic reform in the late 1980s. With a population of 70 million, cheap but relatively skilled labour, and plentiful natural resources, On the one hand, and problems of inadequate infrastructure, excessive bureaucracy, and political constraints on the other, The country has nonetheless become yet more attractive since the relaxation of U.S. economic sanctions And The resumption of multilateral lending.

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A Brief Insight into Vietnams History
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