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Economic Debates in Vietnam

Tan Teng Lang

Economic Debates in Vietnam

Issues and Problems in Reconstruction and Development, 1975-84 (Research Notes and Discussions Paper, No 55)

by Tan Teng Lang

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Published by Institute of Southeast Asian Studies .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic conditions,
  • Vietnam,
  • Economic Policy

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages60
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9202761M
    ISBN 109971902915
    ISBN 109789971902919

      Vietnam struggling with ageing population 25 January Author: Linh Tong, International Eurasia Press Fund. Vietnam’s population is ageing quickly. In , more than 10 per cent of the population will be 60 and older, and in 15–20 years the elderly will account for one third of the total population. This raises concerns about. The Vietnam War was a long, costly and divisive conflict that pitted the communist government of North Vietnam against South Vietnam and its principal ally, the United States.

    Although Vietnam's economy, which continues to expand at an annual rate in excess of 7 percent, is one of the fastest-growing in the world, the economy is growing from an extremely low base, reflecting the crippling effect of the Second Indochina War (–75) and repressive economic measures introduced in its aftermath.   On Sunday, Sept. 17, PBS will begin airing “The Vietnam War,” a part, hour documentary by Ken Burns and his creative partner Lynn Novick. For those of you interested in books Author: Susan Ellingwood.

    The human, environmental and economic costs of the Vietnam War were devastating. In September , Ho Chi Minh proclaimed the birth of an independent Vietnam. It would take another 30 years and several million lives, including more t Americans, before this dream became a reality. USAID is in a unique position to assist Vietnam in facing these challenges. The hundreds of reforms supported by USAID’s economic growth programs have set the stage for greater transparency, economic openness, competition and the rule of law in economic affairs. Advances in these aspects of economic life are encouraging similar concepts and openness to emerge in Vietnam’s.


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Vietnam for either President Kennedy or Johnson except on terms that would have amounted to surrender. He emphasizes the importance of Vietnam to Southeast Asia as a whole. The United States had vital and legitimate economic and strategic interests in the region, especially in Indonesia. South Vietnam was the.

Get this from a library. Economic debates in Vietnam: issues and problems in reconstruction and development (). [Teng Lang Tan]. Government spending and debt remained in check and bank capital rules were strengthened.

Current economic risks relate to geopolitics, trade policy uncertainty, and domestic reform implementation. Looking ahead to the longer term, Vietnam will face risks related to aging, climate change, and digitalization.

The book is “not only a splendid account of a conflict often forgotten in the aftermath of America’s war in Vietnam, but it also speaks to the debate that continues to rage among military experts on the nature of the two wars in Indochina and the proper ways to fight them,” wrote George Herring, the author of America’s Longest War.

The economy responded, and soon Western powers found a reason to be interested in Southeast Asia all over again: cheap labor.

Vietnam is now a major exporter of finished : Louis Menand. WASHINGTON—The war in Vietnam produced what is widely recognized as the greatest blunder in Government economic policy since World War II — a blunder whose effects have still not been entirely.

Overview Of The Economy of Vietnam. Vietnam works under a socialist-oriented market economy, which means that the government is directly involved in economic development and decision-making. Currently, it is a mix between this state-planned economy and a market economy, which is controlled by supply and : Amber Pariona.

Vietnam Economy Before the US-Vietnam war (), Vietnam had a highly centralized economy based on Marxist economic planning. After the war, Vietnam adopted a broad economic trend called 'Doi Moi' (Renovation) to recover from the ravages of the war, the loss of financial support from the Old Soviet Bloc.

Vietnam's economy began as a largely agricultural feudal system until French colonization in the midth century. After the country's regions developed very different economies, they became further politically divided inwith the north embracing communism and the south embracing capitalism, eventually setting the stage for the Vietnam War.

Vietnam War and the Economy. The Vietnam War had several effects on the U.S. economy. The requirements of the war effort strained the nation's production capacities, leading to imbalances in the industrial sector.

Factories that would have been producing consumer goods were being used to make items from the military, causing controversy over the government's handling of economic policy.

Located on the Perfume River in central Vietnam, Hue was the capital of Vietnam from until A walled citadel, 2 km by 2 km, as well as a moat, surrounded the city. Inside the citadel was the Imperial City. Many of the buildings of the Imperial City were destroyed during the Vietnam War.

Some reconstruction has begun. Vietnam, under the direction of the Communist Party of Vietnam, is on the way ofbuilding an equitable, democratic and civilised societyas well as socialist-oriented nation.

Political status of Vietnam is stable and remains a close relationship between people and the ruling Communist Party. An International History of the Vietnam War: Vol. 1: Revolution Versus Containment R. Smith An International History of the Vietnam War: Vol.

2: The Struggle for Southeast Asia R. Smith An International History of the Vietnam War: Vol. 3:. NOTE: 1) The information regarding Vietnam on this page is re-published from the World Fact Book of the United States Central Intelligence Agency and other sources. No claims are made regarding the accuracy of Vietnam Economy information contained here.

Social issues under economic transformation and integration in Vietnam, Volume 1 This book from the Vietnam Development Forum presents studies and policy actions for these social issues. The papers in the book were revised in light of comments made at numerous workshops and conferences from within and outside Vietnam to give informed results.

The results of Vietnam’s three decades of economic transition are impressive. A range of factors helped Vietnam to attract investment and boost exports, including: a competitive investment regime; trade liberalisation; engagement with the international economic system. Vietnam, situated midway in the continent of Asia, between China and Southeast Asia, is deemed to be a strategic location for trade.

Due to historical political challenges, there has been major problems in the past regarding trade and economic development in Vietnam. Vietnam has come a long way since the wars in different time of her history.

AfterAuthor: Bee Chin Ng. Still the best account of the last years of the Vietnam War, written by the author of the acclaimed Vietnam Shadows.

A gripping account of one of the century's most harrowing human catastrophes―the fall of South Vietnam―Without Honor captures the tragedy and the irony of the Vietnam War's last days and examines the consequences of the American military and political decisions that had Cited by:   Importantly, the economic growth was fairly inclusive.

According to the World Economic Forum’s Inclusive Development Index, Viet Nam is part of a group of economies that have done particularly well at making their growth processes more inclusive and.

Finally, the third section offers an overall accounting of the war, examining the total economic costs and benefits as well as the post-Vietnam economy and society.

This volume will be a valuable resource for a wide range of courses, including history, political science, economics, and by: 6. All journal articles featured in Journal of Economic Issues vol 54 issue 1. Log in | Register Cart.

Impact Factor. Journal of Economic Issues. Impact Factor. Search in: Advanced search book review. The Future of Development: A Radical Manifesto, by Gustavo Esteva, Salvatore Babones and Philipp g: Vietnam.

Vietnam's mix of Marxism and capitalism brings economic progress In 20 years Vietnam has gone from being one of the poorest places on earth .The economy of Vietnam is a socialist-oriented market economy, which is the 44th-largest in the world as measured by nominal gross domestic product (GDP) and 27th-largest in the world as measured by purchasing power parity (PPP).

Vietnam is a member of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, Association of Southeast Asian Nations and the World Trade y group: Developing/Emerging, Lower .