Economic Consequences of Trade and Investment Liberalisation: The Case of Viet Nam
Vo, Thanh Tri; Nguyen, Duong Anh; Do, Thien Thi Nhan | November 2019
Since Doi Moi (Renovation) in 1986, economic integration has been an important pillar of Viet Nam’s reforms. Economic integration has gradually deepened, and even World Trade Organization accession in 2007 marked no end to Viet Nam’s economic integration process. Impact assessments of trade and investment liberalisation indicate that deepened economic integration has broadened economic opportunities, raising GDP growth, trade and foreign investment, and incomes. However, liberalisation requires Viet Nam to rethink and reinvigorate its approach to economic integration. This paper recommends ways to more effectively pursue economic integration in the new context.
CitationVo, Thanh Tri; Nguyen, Duong Anh; Do, Thien Thi Nhan. 2019. Economic Consequences of Trade and Investment Liberalisation: The Case of Viet Nam. © Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/11357.
Regional Economic Integration
Economies in transition
Gross domestic product
Economic development projects
Success in business
Communication in economic development
Restraint of trade
International economic integration
Wages and labor productivity
Efficiency wage theory
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