Who gained from Vietnam's boom in the 1990s? An analysis of poverty and inequality trends
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KeywordsPoverty Monitoring&Analysis; Environmental Economics&Policies; Services&Transfers to Poor; Health Economics&Finance; Health Systems Development&Reform; Environmental Economics&Policies; Poverty Assessment; Safety Nets and Transfers; Rural Poverty Reduction; Services&Transfers to Poor;
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