publication . Preprint . 2011

THE DETERMINANTS OF THE VIETNAMESE ECONOMICS COMPETITIVENESS, A LESSON FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Van Ha NGUYEN; Xavier GALIEGUE;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2011
Abstract
Vietnam has been very successful for the last two decades, since the adoption of “Doi moi” in 1986. Over the last two decades, an economic growth rate in Vietnam has been one of the highest worldwide (with GDP growing by respectively 8% per year). The increase of the Vietnamese share of world trade is the highest of all major Asian exporters (including China) since the mid-1990s. « Why is Vietnam so competitive with respect to other Asian exporters? » This paper considers Vietnam's competitiveness, its definition and measurement. The major characteristic of East Asian economic development is rapid industrialization. It has been accelerated by export orientation ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Competitiveness, Exportation, Exchange rate, labour costs, FDI (Foreign Direct Investment), revealed comparative advantage (RCA)., jel:L6, jel:O24, jel:O57, jel:F1, jel:F31, jel:P5
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