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GREENING TRADE IN VIET NAM 1 GREENING TRADE IN VIET NAM Edited by Dr. Veena Jha UNITED NATIONSGREENING TRADE IN VIET NAM GREENING TRADE IN VIET NAM 2 3 PREFACE The project on “Trade, Environment and Development: Policy Implications for Viet Nam” (VIE/98/036), funded by UNDP, was jointly implemented by UNCTAD and the Directorate for Standards and Quality (hereinafter …
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Services policies in Viet Nam: A function-oriented approach … A small but fast-growing literature on Viet Nam’s economic reform process has been developing since the early 1990s (see e.g. Fforde and de Vylder 1996, Kolko 1997, Kokko 1998, Van Arkalde 2001; Masina, 2002a and 2003), focusing mainly – albeit not exclusively – on two central and related questions: Is Viet Nam pursuing a strategy broadly resembling that of many of its neighbours, commonly interpreted as centred along the lines of the …
Date: 17 May 2004 Size: 1MB

publication Sales No E.08.II.D.12 ISBN 978-92-1-112744-7United Nations Conference on Trade and Development Investment Policy Review Viet Nam UNITED NATIONS New York and Geneva, 2008Investment Policy Review of Viet Nam II III NOTE UNCTAD serves as the focal point within the United Nations Secretariat for all matters related to foreign … The final report reflects written comments from various Ministries of the Government of Viet Nam, as collected by the Ministry of Planning and Investment …
Date: 02 Sep 2009 Size: 3MB

37 ANNEX 3: Outline of the Trilateral Agreement among the Lao PDR, Thailand and Viet Nam for Facilitation of Cross-Border Transport of Goods and People, dated 26 November 1999 … Lao PDR is surrounded by Thailand to the West, with the Mekong River forming a natural border with Thailand for most of its length, Cambodia to the South, Viet Nam to the East and the People’s Republic of China and Myanmar to the North …
Date: 13 Jun 2001 Size: 136KB

Cuba, Egypt, Indonesia, Islamic Republic of Iran, Jordan, Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Mali, Mozambique, Niger, Oman, Turkey, Viet Nam, Yemen Angola 5 1 Cape Verde Argentina 58 29 Algeria, Bolivia, Chile, China, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican … Lanka, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, Uruguay, Viet Nam, Yemen, Zambia, Zimbabwe Colombia 6 3 Chile, Cuba, Peru Annex 55 UNCTAD Series on International Investment …
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Globalization, FDI and employment in Viet Nam Rhys Jenkins* The article considers the impact of foreign direct investment on employment in Viet Nam, a country that received considerable inflows of foreign capital in the 1990s as part of its increased integration with the … Key words: foreign direct investment; employment; Viet Nam; manufacturing; capital-intensity Introduction The impact of globalization on employment is a central issue of contemporary political economy … From the point of view of …
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Even though one would expect higher rice exports to directly benefit rural households at all levels of well-being, most rice producers in Viet Nam are still poor, living on less than USD 2 per day … Authors’ calculations, based on data from the Vietnam Food Association (VFA, 2006) and General Statistics Office (GSO) of Viet Nam. Note: LHS stands for left-hand scale, RHS for right-hand scale.303Viet Nam Household welfare and pricing of rice: Does the Large-Scale Field Model matter for Viet Nam
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1 Meeting: Multi-year expert meeting on transport and trade facilitation Date: 16–18 February 2009 Location: Geneva Participant Tran Viet Ha, senior maritime expert, Ministry of Transport of Viet Nam Brief paper Climate change in Viet Nam and its impacts I. Introduction Geography: Viet Nam is located in the Eastern part of the Indochina peninsula, bordering China to the North, Laos and Cambodia to the West with … Viet Nam’s climate is characterized by high temperature and humidity all year round …
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and Development Division on Investment, Technology and Enterprise Development Characteristics of failed FDI projects in Viet Nam Ari Kokko, Katarina Kotoglou and Anna Krohwinkel-Karlsson * This article examines the characteristics of licensed and unsuccessful foreign-direct-investment projects in Viet Nam during the period 1988-2000, focusing particularly on the problem of high failure rates … By 1993, Viet Nam had licensed over 700 projects with a nominal aggregate investment value of $5.5 billion …
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of the region, containerized trade, Asian terminal operators and P&I Clubs, and includes a focus report on port developments in Viet Nam. The region’s merchandise exports grew at an impressive 18 per cent whilst imports increased by 11 per cent …
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