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Zukünftiger Produktions- und Investitionsstandort Vietnam


  • Hanns-Günther Hilpert


Die Volksrepublik Vietnam, die bereits im Jahre 1986 eine eigene vietnamesische Version der Perestroika eingeleitet hatte ("Doi Moi") und in der Folge das Land in kleinen Schritten liberalisierte und vorsichtig öffnete,befindet sich nicht nur außenpolitisch, sondern auch wirtschaftlich in einer kritischen Lage. Nach zwei Boomjahren (1989 und 1990) hat sich 1991 die wirtschaftliche Dynamik wieder abgeschwächt. Obwohl kurzfristig nicht mit einem Ingangkommen von wirtschaftlicher Dynamik in Vietnam gerechnet werden darf, wird in der Region das mittel- und langfristige Entwicklungspotential des Landes als hervorragend eingeschätzt.

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  • Hanns-Günther Hilpert, 1991. "Zukünftiger Produktions- und Investitionsstandort Vietnam," ifo Schnelldienst, ifo Institute - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich, vol. 44(31), pages 19-20, October.
  • Handle: RePEc:ces:ifosdt:v:44:y:1991:i:31:p:19-20

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