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State-Owned Enterprise Reform in Vietnam
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This study is a collaborative effort between officials and researchers from the transitional economy of Vietnam and researchers from the market economies of Japan and ASEAN. The first section covers aspects of the reform process undertaken in Vietnam as perceived by Vietnamese officials and scholars, and includes rare data and statistics. Section two deals with relevant aspects of the process of deregulation, liberalization and privatization experienced in Japan and the ASEAN countries. The final section provides recommendations for consideration by Vietnam's economic reform planners. Vietnam became a member of ASEAN on 1 July 1995. This study can possibly contribute to Vietnam's integration into the ASEAN economies.Contributors includePhan Van Tiem Nguyen Van Thanh Nguyen Ngoc Tuan Ngo Tri Long Ho Phuong Nguyen Van Huy Tran Van Nghia Le Dang Doanh Kiyoshi Nakamura Faisal R. Harahap Mukul G. Asher Ian Thynne

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