Economic transition in Vietnam : trade and aid in the demise of a centrally planned economy

Melanie Beresford and Đặng Phong

This title aims to provide a detailed and thorough account of how Vietnam's dependance on Soviet aid during the 1960s and 1970s sustained, and yet ultimately undermined, the centrally-planned economy. Foreign aid provided most of the resources which, in the context of an under-developed agrarian economy, permitted planned industrialization. However, chronic shortages emerged, encouraging individuals and enterprises to divert resources to local uses. This book outlines the many problems facing Virtnam, not least how new global forms of integration are affecting future development.

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[目次]

  • I. The development of foreign trade and aid since 1960: foreign trade and aid in the development of a market economy
  • reform of the foreign trade system. II. The development of unofficial trade and aid 1976-1996: introduction
  • commercial links with the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe
  • goods sent by overseas Vietnamese to their relatives
  • the intershop system
  • VOSCO goods
  • cross-border trade between Vietnam and Laos
  • trade across the Cambodian border
  • cross-border trade with China
  • sales of goods and services to foreigners
  • international payments. III. Conclusion: past, present and future.

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書名 Economic transition in Vietnam : trade and aid in the demise of a centrally planned economy
著作者等 Beresford, Melanie
Phong Dang
Đặng Phong
出版元 E. Elgar
刊行年月 c2000
ページ数 x, 165 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 1840645776
NCID BA50686053
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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