Vietnam Rising: Culture and Change in Asia's Tiger Cub

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Independent Institute, 2008 - Business & Economics - 125 pages
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From Vietnam’s recent acceptance into the World Trade Organization to its post-Vietnam War reform and socialist ideals, this overview concisely examines the cultural, political, and economic changes currently at work in Vietnam within a historical context and then discusses the effects such changes have had on businessmen and entrepreneurs. Useful for those evaluating potential relationships with Vietnamese businesses or investments in the country's economy, this study explores matters of credit, private enterprise, monetary policy, and the role of globalization.

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William Ratliff is a research fellow at the Independent Institute and curator of the Americas Collection at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. His articles on foreign policy have been featured in numerous publications, including the Chicago Tribune, The New York Times, and The Washington Post.

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