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Vietnam’S Tax Reforms: Policies In Transition Economies


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  • Glenn Jenkins

    (Queen's University, Kingston, On, Canada)



Vietnam is an Asian country with a population of about 70million and annual per capita income of US $190-200. Despite its current status as one of the poorest countries in the world, it has tremendous potential for growth because of its abundant natural resources and an excellent human resource base. Unlike other centrally planned economies of Asia and Eastern Europe, Vietnam had a relatively small public sector administration, aside from the state enterprise structure, and legacy of capitalism in the south of the country. Nevertheless, the impact of public sector on revenue generation had remained very important.

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Paper provided by JDI Executive Programs in its series Development Discussion Papers with number 1993-01.

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Length: 13 pages
Date of creation: Feb 1993
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Handle: RePEc:qed:dpaper:106

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Keywords: tax reform; transition economies; Vietnam;

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