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Efficient logistics : a key to Vietnam's competitiveness : Kho van hieu qua : chia khoa de Viet Nam nang cao nang luc canh tranh (Vietnamese)

Vietnam has achieved sustained economic growth, primarily driven by a rapidly expanding labor force and a shift in economic activity away from low-productivity subsistence agriculture toward the higher-productivity manufacturing and services sectors. ... See More +

Publication 83031 JAN 01, 2014

Blancas Mendivil, Luis C.; Isbell, John; Isbell, Monica; Tan, Hua Joo; Tao, Wendy English

Efficient logistics : a key to Vietnam's competitiveness (English)

Vietnam has achieved sustained economic growth, primarily driven by a rapidly expanding labor force and a shift in economic activity away from low-productivity subsistence agriculture toward the higher-productivity manufacturing and services sectors. ... See More +

Publication 83031 NOV 25, 2013

Blancas Mendivil, Luis C.; Isbell, John; Isbell, Monica; Tan, Hua Joo; Tao, Wendy

Facilitating trade through competitive, low-carbon transport : the case for Vietnam's inland and coastal waterways (English)

In Vietnam, sustained high rates of growth in gross domestic product (GDP) averaging 7.2 percent per year over the past 20 years have resulted in higher demand for freight transport. ... See More +

Publication 83030 NOV 21, 2013

Blancas, Luis C.; El-Hifnawi, M. Baher Vietnamese

Facilitating trade through competitive, low-carbon transport : the case for Vietnam's inland and coastal waterways : Thuc day thuong mai thong qua giao thong van tai co suc canh tranh va it khi thai : tuyen duong thuy noi dia va duong bien o Viet Nam (Vietnamese)

In Vietnam, sustained high rates of growth in gross domestic product (GDP) averaging 7.2 percent per year over the past 20 years have resulted in higher demand for freight transport. ... See More +

Publication 83030 NOV 21, 2013

Blancas, Luis C.; El-Hifnawi, M. Baher English

Taming unpredictability as source of growth : what more competitive freight logistics can do in Vietnam? (English)

This note summarizes the findings of authors, a World Bank report on Vietnam's logistics sector performance, challenges, and opportunities. The key root causes for supply chain unpredictability are: cumbersome and inconsistently applied government regulations; lack of automation in key trade-related processes such as trade clearance; fragmented modal planning in transportation; a belief among shippers and logistics service providers that facilitation payments are necessary to avoid delays in supply chains; low barriers to entry in trucking; and major supply-demand imbalances in infrastructure provision, particularly in deep water port facilities at the Southern gateway of Cai Mep-Thi Vai. ... See More +

Working Paper 84710 JAN 01, 2013

Blancas, Luis C.; Nguyen, Huong Mai

Taming unpredictability as source of growth : what more competitive freight logistics can do in Vietnam? : Nang cao do tin cay de thuc day tang truong : nang cao nang luc canh tranh trong linh vuc kho van co loi gi cho Viet Nam? (Vietnamese)

This note summarizes the findings of authors, a World Bank report on Vietnam's logistics sector performance, challenges, and opportunities. The key root causes for supply chain unpredictability are: cumbersome and inconsistently applied government regulations; lack of automation in key trade-related processes such as trade clearance; fragmented modal planning in transportation; a belief among shippers and logistics service providers that facilitation payments are necessary to avoid delays in supply chains; low barriers to entry in trucking; and major supply-demand imbalances in infrastructure provision, particularly in deep water port facilities at the Southern gateway of Cai Mep-Thi Vai. ... See More +

Working Paper 84710 JAN 01, 2013

Blancas, Luis C.; Nguyen, Huong Mai

Do procurement rules impact infrastructure investment efficiency ? an empirical analysis of inversao das fases in Sao Paulo state (English)

As a means to reduce delays in public works implementation, a number of Brazilian states have recently reformed their procurement rules allowing contractor price proposals to be assessed before the technical evaluation of submitted bids is undertaken (in a procedure known as inversao das fases). ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS5528 JAN 01, 2011

Vardy, Felix; Borges de Oliveira, Alexandre; Blancas, Luis; Chioda, Laura; Cordella, Tito

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Efficient logistics : a key to Vietnam's competitiveness : Kho van hieu qua : chia khoa de Viet Nam nang cao nang luc canh tranh (Vietnamese)
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JAN 01, 2014 83031 Publication English
Efficient logistics : a key to Vietnam's competitiveness (English)
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NOV 25, 2013 83031 Publication
Facilitating trade through competitive, low-carbon transport : the case for Vietnam's inland and coastal waterways (English)
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NOV 21, 2013 83030 Publication Vietnamese
Facilitating trade through competitive, low-carbon transport : the case for Vietnam's inland and coastal waterways : Thuc day thuong mai thong qua giao thong van tai co suc canh tranh va it khi thai : tuyen duong thuy noi dia va duong bien o Viet Nam (Vietnamese)
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NOV 21, 2013 83030 Publication English
Taming unpredictability as source of growth : what more competitive freight logistics can do in Vietnam? (English)
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JAN 01, 2013 84710 Working Paper
Taming unpredictability as source of growth : what more competitive freight logistics can do in Vietnam? : Nang cao do tin cay de thuc day tang truong : nang cao nang luc canh tranh trong linh vuc kho van co loi gi cho Viet Nam? (Vietnamese)
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JAN 01, 2013 84710 Working Paper
Do procurement rules impact infrastructure investment efficiency ? an empirical analysis of inversao das fases in Sao Paulo state (English)
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JAN 01, 2011 WPS5528 Policy Research Working Paper