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Labour provisions in preferential trade agreements: potential opportunities or challenges to Vietnam?

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  • Hoang, Thi Minh Hang
  • Nguyen, Thi Lan
  • Nguyen, Hoang My Linh
  • Phung, Thi Yen
  • Tran, Thi Lien Huong

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SECO Working Paper 2/2014

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  • Hoang, Thi Minh Hang & Nguyen, Thi Lan & Nguyen, Hoang My Linh & Phung, Thi Yen & Tran, Thi Lien Huong, 2014. "Labour provisions in preferential trade agreements: potential opportunities or challenges to Vietnam?," Papers 917, World Trade Institute.
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