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Vietnam Private Sector Development Policy Note

May 2004 - January 2005


This series of 3 policy notes are delegated to address various issues in Vietnam: issue of private sectors access to land availability, new domestic private firm faring, and promoting business to business commercial contracts. Notes review different industry sectors, new upcoming markets, explores difficulties that Vietnams' private firms have ad identifies opportunities to further promote private business development in Vietnam.

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Promoting business to business commercial contracts in Vietnam (Inglês)

Business-to-business commercial contracts are good for small and large, private, and state owned firms. These commercial contracts provide important market opportunities for small firms and can improve the international competitiveness of larger firms. ... Exibir mais +

Documento de Trabalho 52903 JAN 01, 2005

Carlier, Amanda; Tran, Son Thanh Disclosed

Firm dynamism : beyond registration - how are Vietnam new domestic private firms faring? (Inglês)

In recent years much focus has been placed on the number of new enterprises registered in Vietnam. Much less analysis has been done to see how these newly registered firms are actually faring. ... Exibir mais +

Documento de Trabalho 30434 JUN 01, 2004

Carlier, Amanda S.; Son Thanh Tran [editors]

Private sector and land : availability, affordability, and administration (Inglês)

Access to affordable land, continues to be one of the most important obstacles affecting domestic, private sector development in Vietnam. The October 2003 amendment of the Land Law brought some improvements, but in practice, private sector access to land will remain difficult, due to problems of scarcity, and affordability, and cumbersome administrative procedures. ... Exibir mais +

Documento de Trabalho 30224 MAY 01, 2004

Carlier, Amanda S.; Son Thanh Tran