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The Impact of Heterogeneous Bilateral Investment Treaties (BIT) on Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflows to Vietnam

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  • Cao, Thi Hong Vinh
  • Lu, Thi Thu Trang
  • Nguyen, Thi Viet Hoa

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SECO Working Paper 3/2014

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  • Cao, Thi Hong Vinh & Lu, Thi Thu Trang & Nguyen, Thi Viet Hoa, 2014. "The Impact of Heterogeneous Bilateral Investment Treaties (BIT) on Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflows to Vietnam," Papers 916, World Trade Institute.
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