An Overview of Vietnam's Trade Policy : The Changes and Impacts
As a transitional economy, Vietnam is moving to a market based economy. By gradual reforming strategy, the economic policies have been modified, renewed and changed overtime toward an economy with more market, more private and less state owned. Vietnam's foreign trade also moves in that direction. This paper is a) to overview changes in Vietnam's trade policies since the reforms started in late 1980s in different angles : trade entry, tariff, non-tariff barriers ; and b) to assess the impact of policy reforms to performance of foreign trade.
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