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Opportunities and Challenges for Sustainable Development of Agriculture in Vietnam


  • Bui Nu Hoang Anh

    (Faculty of Economics of the University of Economics and Business Administration in Thai Nguyen Province, Vietnam)


Vietnam is a developing agricultural country. Vietnam’s agriculture after more than 30 years of DoiMoi has achieved many great achievements, contributing significantly to economic growth, poverty reduction, food security and social and political stability. However, the value of agricultural production is still low; incomes of agricultural producers are not high and not applied high technical efficiency - new technology to produce to maximize the potential of resources. Polluted environment, depleted natural resources due to unsustainable agricultural production, rural inequality and urban-rural disparity are on the rise. International economic integration and climate change offer many opportunities for Vietnam agriculture and many challenges for sustainable development. This study reflects the current situation of Vietnam’s agriculture on a number of major issues, analyzing the impact of the context of international economic integration and climate change on Vietnamese agriculture and suggests some solutions to sustainable development of agriculture in Vietnam in that context.

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  • Bui Nu Hoang Anh, 2017. "Opportunities and Challenges for Sustainable Development of Agriculture in Vietnam," Noble International Journal of Economics and Financial Research, Noble Academic Publsiher, vol. 2(8), pages 113-124, August.
  • Handle: RePEc:nap:nijefr:2017:p:113-124

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